Christianity has done its share of damage. It’s time to reclaim humanity from its clutches.
About the Author
I’m an atheist author, a secular humanist, and an outspoken anti-theist. I’m also happily married and currently living near Chicago, Illinois. I was raised in a moderate Christian home, which steadily progressed into a fundamentalist household. My experiences have led me down the road of critical thinking, ultimately ending in my atheism. My book “Improbable: Is There Any Reason To Believe In God?” was published by Dangerous Little Books in December of 2013. I enjoy writing on subjects including atheism-related social and cultural issues and the existence of God or gods.
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Creationists claim to know that the world is between 6000 and 10,000 years old. Much to their dismay, scientific facts speak louder than faith
Christopher Hitchens once said, “Of all the supposed virtues, faith must be the most overrated.
I find it interesting how theists have come to believe in God and why they understand their belief to be sensible. Is it rational to believe in God?
Jesus spoke of love and forgiveness, but history tells of slaughter and pillage in his name.