Tag Archive for religion

Skeptic Confessions

I have so many things I *have* to write, but I find it hard to just get started. So here’s something rather whimsical and personal and free-form to start… the journey of just one little skeptic. I am skeptical because…

Keeping the Faith

I’m going to get political once more, so bear with me here. Much fluff was thrown around in the recent Presidential election about how Obama’s Muslim roots would be a threat to our nation. However, the Obama family were certainly…

Purity in Religion?

Last week at the meeting of the Virginia Atheists and Agnostics, we had a fascinating talk by Chris Bell, titled “When are Tibetans not Buddhist?” Chris is working on a Ph.D in religious studies with a focus on, of course,…

Merry Christmas!

I know it’s so not-PC to say Christmas, especially around atheists, but as far as I’m concerned, I love my secular Christmas traditions! I’ve been saying Happy Holidays all season, since I prefer that greeting and to be all inclusive,…

An invitation…

I got this message in my YouTube inbox the other day, probably in response to my old and only video in response to the Blasphemy Challenge (no I won’t link to it, I hate myself on video!) Just saying… Jesus…

Religulous

Which, I may add, is pronounced with a soft “g.” I had been saying it wrongly. Okay, so the fabulous and wonderful VAA trekked out to the Vinegar Hill Theatre in CVille to see Religulous on it’s opening night. This…

Stuff I read

For lack of any original thought over the last few days, I’ll continue to quip about articles that have come across my Google Reader, either on their own or from my favorite blogs (off to the right, see them there?)…