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Theophobia, Part I: Why a Hatred of Religion?

Combating Bigotry & Hate

November 30, 2019

Theophobia, Part I: Why a Hatred of Religion?

Religion has been in an international statistical decline. The religiously unaffiliated, otherwise known as "nones," are growing...

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Galileo’s Middle Finger

Tolerance

December 27, 2018

Galileo’s Middle Finger

In the Galileo museum in Florence, Italy, carefully and lovingly preserved by his admirers in an ornate and gilded glass bubble,...

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A Scientologist Asks, Is Religion Necessary for a Society to Thrive?

Religious Freedom

April 19, 2018

A Scientologist Asks, Is Religion Necessary for a Society to Thrive?

Just as scientists don’t rely on the blessings of priests to practice their disciplines, priests do not need the approval...

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What is “Reality” Anyway?

Tolerance

January 10, 2018

What is “Reality” Anyway?

I took a university philosophy class one time and the part about the nature of reality almost killed me. Aristotle wrote 12...

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Is Technology the Greatest Hope for Humanity?

Tolerance

December 5, 2017

Is Technology the Greatest Hope for Humanity?

In 1997, a computer defeated Garry Kasparov, the greatest chess champion that ever lived. Deep Blue was a $10-million-dollar...

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If You’re Trying to Get Rid of Religion, It’s Gonna’ Be a Long Haul

If You’re Trying to Get Rid of Religion, It’s Gonna’ Be a Long Haul

When the “ Freedom From Religion Foundation” and other atheist crusaders put on their big-boy pants and go after religious...

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