Divine, heavenly truth

When I was a young girl I was blessed to have several girls my age within a few houses of mine who were regular playmates for me. Oh, the trouble we’d get in.… Continue reading

Life and death, and life

We had a death in the family last week. A very untimely, unexpected, nightmarish death that sent those closest to the young man on a trajectory into a new reality they never saw… Continue reading

The solution

  Can truth be known? Can anything even be said to be true? Is what we perceive with our senses reality, or is it all illusion? I’m reading a book that examines the… Continue reading

This week in incoherence, 4/1/2017

  TRUMP SHOULD ASK DENMARK’S PM WHY HIS GOVERNMENT IS PROMOTING GENOCIDE There is a Danish TV ad that you may have seen which is all about accepting others who are different from… Continue reading

There’s something wrong with us

For those of no religious persuasion the whole thing about Jesus being a human/divine sacrifice can seem pretty weird. What kind of God would demand such a thing before he’ll “save” anyone? If… Continue reading

This week in incoherence – 3/25/17

HOW SCHUMER AND DEMS MAY HAVE SEALED GORSUCH’S CONFIRMATION The filibuster is one of the oddest maneuvers in American politics. It always seemed childish to me…like a line of bullies blocking the door… Continue reading

The impact of bias on belief

I want atheism to be true and am made uneasy by the fact that some of the most intelligent and well-informed people I know are religious believers. It isn’t just that I don’t… Continue reading

This week in incoherence – 3/18/17

incoherence: the quality of being illogical, inconsistent, or unclear Check out these recent news items for more examples of an all too common tendency. FOUR TIMES REPUBLICANS FACED OUTRAGE FOR THINGS DEMS DID FIRST… Continue reading

Possibly, definitely, God exists

I didn’t argue much as a child. At least that’s what my (sometimes selective) memory tells me. Yeah, I’m pretty sure I almost always agreed with my siblings that it was in fact… Continue reading

Pardon me, but your Freudian slip is showing

A lie is an obvious untruth. Fake news is false news. But there are other subtler ways of misrepresenting the truth that are a little harder to spot but very revealing when you… Continue reading