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Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Posted by Brother Jeff in Brother Jeff the Alaskan Atheist, 24 April 2016 · 89 views

Bless the Lard, my brothers and sisters in Kryasst! I've gone back to church! Glory! 
Not just any church, though. I've attended the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship twice now, and enjoyed it both times! 
There is no religion in the services, just very liberal and generic expressions of spirituality...


Who Wrote The Books Of The New Testament? Part 1

Posted by hockeyfan70 in Christianity Is A Trampoline., 17 April 2016 · 174 views

Debunking Christianity is an interesting thing to attempt to do. On one hand, it's kind of easy because there is so much information out there. If there were only a few discrepancies contained in the Bible, or a few inconsistencies, it would take some time to dig them out. But that's not the case. The Bible is filled with errors. On the other hand, it's d...


The Tears Beyond The Veil

Posted by StephenW in Stephen's Musings, 05 April 2016 · 228 views

For more about me, see my introduction here: From a Fellow Sojourner .
Lately I've been going through a real sense of mourning, like the loss of a dearly loved one. However, no one has died. I'm 65 years old and in relatively good health. I imagine I may live another 10 to 20+ years. I have no sense of dying soon. My wife, whom I love dearly, is 50.We've...


Week 4 Of Strike, No Change In Sight.

Posted by Travi in Fighting against the Cosmos, 24 March 2016 · 331 views

Half laying, half sitting here in the cargo bay of my vehicle - I am exhausted. Insomnia struck at an inopportune time last night. An hour of sleep for six hours of picket duty in the back of my SUV. Fatigue sets in and sleep threatens to overtake me. Still three and a half hours to go, and time is going no quicker than five minutes ago. While the bay flo...


Why Do We Love Game Of Thrones?

Posted by Deidre in Simple Thoughts, 20 March 2016 · 321 views

At the coaxing of friends and my fiancé, I’ve begun watching the hit series Game of Thrones. It’s intriguing, fascinating, complex and deliciously reckless. Essentially, the plots are all intertwined culminating around families who are all striving to be kings and qu...


The Bluegrass Skeptic On The Age Of Reason Podcast

Posted by TheBluegrassSkeptic in The Bluegrass Skeptic, 28 January 2016 · 615 views
Age of Reason, Alan M. Gold and 8 more...

The Bluegrass Skeptic On The Age Of Reason Podcast Going to be a fun night on political issues. The esteemed Alan M. Gold, funny man Joe Dixon, and my opinionated self will be having a discussion of the 2016 elections, issues surrounding it, and how we see the impact of the years to come with a new president from our current selection of terrible options. Catch it tonight! 


Ignosticism The First

Posted by BarbarousBill in i want mead, 12 January 2016 · 677 views

What is Ignosticism? Well as it turns out that's a mildly ironic question.  So there's Atheism, which is non-belief and/or positive reinforcement of the proposition that there is no deity/ies.  Then there's Agnosticism, which is certainty that there is no evidence for or against deity/ies, with two common variants being a strong and weak Agnos...


Belated Thoughts About 2015

Posted by knightcore in This and That, 06 January 2016 · 553 views

I finally figured out how blog posts work, so I guess I'll start it off with an introspective post about my past year. 2014 was really hopeless for me, I had to drop out of school completely and was pushing towards saving up so I could move out of my parents house. I'm not out to my parents, and I don't mean religiously, they know about that. I mean...


Relaxation And Realizations

Posted by seven77 in Introspective Shift, 29 December 2015 · 343 views

During my hiatus I've begun to regularly consume a certain herb of questionable legal status. I was sitting in the storage area underneath my residence, smoking a bowl in the dimly lit area with only my new puppy for company. I had some chill EDM tunes playing on my phone. It was a quiet night on the plains, a little chilly in the unheated underbelly of a...


Sexy Sadie: The Embodiment Of Religious Betrayal

Posted by BreathinHeathen in Bloggin' Heathen, 29 December 2015 · 340 views

Recently, The Beatles were added to all major streaming websites (example: Spotify) which gives me the perfect excuse to write this. Coming in as track 22 on the famous White Album is the song Sexy Sadie. This number written by John Lennon is one we might relate to quite well. Before the making of the White Album, the band went on a trip to India to atten...


Not Been Around Much...

Posted by Ellinas in Ellinas' Blog, 23 December 2015 · 312 views

...combination of factors. Other things have intruded, I've been ill with a chest infection (hardly used a computer or did anything else much for 2 weeks) and have since done some major computer surgery which has banished Windows from my laptop in favour of Linux Mint (not difficult but time consuming - though very happy with the results). 


Of Guilt And Birth Certificates

Posted by LadyNightingale in Escape Route , 20 October 2015 · 468 views

So today I once again attempted to find where my mom hid my birth certificate and SSN card. She had mentioned that she had it all together for when we would go to get my passport. I know it has to be somewhere. So, I often go hunting for it when my mom is off somewhere. I often find stuff like drawings, crafts, school assignment, papers, and progress repo...



Posted by Avandris in Little Blog of Doubt, 21 July 2015 · 728 views

I am going through a restless period that has lasted the better part of a few months now. There are so many things that I want to be doing with my time and yet more often than not I find myself staring idly at a computer screen, occupying my time with pointless videos or video games that feel like little more than busy work. Another day passes, I go to be...


Mr Bradlaugh

Posted by Castiel233 in Castiel233's Blog, 19 July 2015 · 598 views

Charles Bradlaugh was an English atheist of the 19th century. In fact he could perhaps be considered THE English atheist of his time. He stormed across the UK, a giant of the free thought movement. Clever, brave with a large heart and a mind as strong as steel, he caused despair and worry among the faithful. 
His knowledge of the Bible was deep and p...


New Brain Needed

Posted by GypsyMoon in Gypsy Moon's Blog, 29 June 2015 · 646 views

Anyone ever had that feeling of walking on ice or on egg shells, even when there's no reason to be feeling like that? 
I've come to the conclusion that my brain is possibly wired to deal with crisis every second of every day....  
The majority of my life has been extremely stressful and not all that pleasant, the last two weeks I've had a rather...


Fuck Homophobia

Posted by GoldenWolf in GoldenWolf's Blog, 27 June 2015 · 876 views

Fuck Homophobia Dear Homophobes, 
I am fucking sick of this world and its attitude towards anyone who isn't heterosexual or cisgendered. You spew your hatred without the consideration of others around you. Every fucking year, there's reports on an LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) suicide. You know why? Because of bigots like you! Yes, you! You know who you...


Post 19: A Happy Ending

Posted by BreathinHeathen in Dark Night of the Soul 2.0, 22 February 2015 · 1,083 views

I think I'm done.

When I began this journey a little over two years ago, I never would have guessed that I would have ended up at this point. I riding high in the sky with no fear of crashing anytime soon. This spiritual journey was not just an exploration on what is objectively true about the world, but a great look into who I am. I was a Christian b...


My Thoughts On Automation/ai And The Subsequent Loss Of Jobs

Posted by JadedAtheist in Yet another blog, 07 February 2015 · 1,014 views

Long post ahead, be ye forewarned.

I watched an interesting video recently on the effect of automation, robotics and artificial intelligence has and will have on humanity. You can view the video here . Basically, the video argues that shit will hit the fan when robots take over human jobs because we'll put the vast majority of people out of work. Most jo...


Not Doing Good

Posted by rach in Rachel Truth Seeker, 25 January 2015 · 927 views

Things are not going well at all and I am in a very depressed condition once again. In bed all day today and haven't stopped crying. The spiritual atmosphere at home is at a fervor and it is very detrimental to my fragile mental state. A-mum is preparing for the most important event of the year for her, which is a Christian religious conference, so she...


Diary Of A Food Addict: Renewal

Posted by TheBluegrassSkeptic in The Bloat, 15 January 2015 · 1,377 views

Diary Of A Food Addict: Renewal Can't believe it has been over a year ago since I posted on this blog last.


Well, no, not really. I've actually made a lot of progress over the last 13 months, and made some permanent life style changes that I stuck with, and don't miss at all. As I am sure most of you remember, and if you don't just check out the gallery, I used to look li...

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