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The Meme of the Flat Earth The ‘current flat earth’ craze scarcely deserves a mention on Ethical Atheism, because the arguments in favour of a flat earth are so ridiculous that anybody with the least amount of common-sense can counter them easily. People of any kind of wisdom and maturity don’t need me to point … Continue reading
This is worth watching. Both Ricky and his commenter make great points. You just can’t argue with them.
This is the beginning of the New Age of Atheism, when humans are awakening from the religious daze they have been in for aeons, and beginning to realise that they have been fooled by preachers long enough – and what they previously believed not only has no basis in reality, but is actually very funny … Continue reading
Only someone indoctrinated into not thinking, into never considering nature as the primary force in this universe, into never critically analysing all the possibilities before deciding which one is right, can believe that natural events have supernatural origins.
Although in the west the power to behead and burn has been taken away from churches, countless thousands were tortured and burned for heresy when western churches had the power to do what they liked. And they still do everything in their power to stay in control by providing an alternative, though muddled, way to explain the world, through threats of eternal torture for free thinkers, and social and welfare benefits for members who keep the faith. Continue reading