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Try a little objective truth for a change.

Started by Claude O'Donovan. Last reply by Dan Jun 6, 2015. 18 Replies

I have invested over thirty years in studying the Bible and about it. I've been to Israel and seen the proof of the archeological digs. It is infallible, it's historical record is validated in every…Continue

Objective morals from Science and Reasoning

Started by Blenderpunch. Last reply by Blenderpunch Nov 15, 2014. 5 Replies

When people find out I’m an atheist the most common question I get is “Where do you get your morals from if you don’t believe in God?” Now I know other atheists that are moral, so being an atheist…Continue

Tags: evidence, evolution, reasoning, morals, objective

Humanistic Mormonism?

Started by foxjones. Last reply by Dave Salyers May 22, 2014. 5 Replies

Came across this:  …Continue

Tags: mormonism, humanistic

Evolution misconceptions that makes us facepalm

Started by Blenderpunch. Last reply by Saint Noodle Aug 18, 2013. 4 Replies

I'm new to this group but I thought that I'd start a discussion about something that seems to come up rather regularly. And that of course is evolution. The thing that seems to come up so often with…Continue

Tags: fact, proven, science, selection, darwin

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Comment by Jonas Clausen on March 11, 2010 at 12:27am
I remember hearing that song "Dear God" for the first time. I was delivering my paper route before going to seminary, and I had to stop the car and cry for a bit to let out the frustration after the last line "If there's one thing I can't believe in, it's you!" How's that for an honest prayer, eh? It's not easy being born into a belief system that doesn't end up working for you.

I think myths and legends have alot of psychological truths about the human condition. Of course, they must be read in their historical context with an ear to the metaphorical.

Religion is what happens when people mistake metaphorical hyperbole for historical "fact".
Comment by Brenda on March 6, 2010 at 1:00pm
I love the legends and myths, but that's all they are. I think I was about 4 when I realized "god" wasn't going to save me from the horrible life I suffered. I spent years trying to figure out what I did to anger him so bad to allow my torture. Then I realized he wasn't there and I haven't done anything wrong. Dear god song kind of brought it home for me.
Comment by Jonas Clausen on March 5, 2010 at 5:56pm
I believe with all my heart that there is no god. Nevertheless, I revel in the mythology of all the lesser "gods" that humans play with in their heads.

Belief in the supernatural shows a lack of imagination.
Comment by Billy Forbes on February 24, 2010 at 11:02am
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