How insignificant are we? Lawrence Krauss, physicist and atheist sidekick of Richard Dawkins, said:“We are more insignificant than we could ever have imagined.We’re insignificant on a scale that Copernicus never would have imagined.You could get rid of us and all the galaxies and everything we see in the universe and it will be largely the [...]
You can weather the storm. Human beings naturally gravitate towards certainty and avoid ambiguity, if they have the option. Often, our political ideologies, religious beliefs and personal biases prevent us from acknowledging the truth; when our fragile worldviews are threatened, we flee. It’s interesting how many view the fundamentalism of atheism in a more favorable light [...]
Liberal atheists, secularists and social justice warriors LOVE to hate religion. However, scientific evidence has proved that humans are WIRED to be religious. It's in our DNA. The truth is that the people who HATE religion the most are actually some of the most religious people on earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wPyOXQJgGI&t=27s The Irreverent Ramblings Podcast offers viewers [...]
DISCLAIMER: THIS PIECE INCLUDES AN OVERTLY CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE THAT IS NORMALLY ABSENT FROM MY POSTS. Like many Christians I went through a time in my life when I considered myself a non-believer. Actually, I considered myself something more than a non-believer - I was an atheist and, perhaps, an anti-theist. After my parents' divorce, I [...]
You too believe... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU_-PgWmEo4&t=2s Atheists love to hate religions and love to blame all of the world's evils on religion. What they fail to realize is that they are religious too.. and, quite often, they are more religious than the most overzealous of the faithful.
Is morality relative? What does that question even mean?Does morality change frequently or it is absolute & unchanging?Put in the simplest terms possible, moral relativism is the belief that there are no objective moral statements – it's the belief that all moral viewpoints are equally valid because they are subjectively based on a person’s or [...]