Monthly Archives: December 2013

Annual Aphorisms 2013

Below are some of my thoughts from the past year, thoughts based on what I’ve learned from life this past year. “So many people search desperately for their other half. Some of them wonder why I do not. It’s because … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: Why is this Pope so popular?

Today the CNN Belief Blog announced the triumph of Pope Francis yet again.  Only this time, it was something even less significant than winning the internet.  Today I learned from multiple sources that lots of American Catholics*  like Pope Francis.  … Continue reading

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I can’t explain why we shouldn’t murder disabled children

The fundamental problem is cases like this lawsuit is that there are people who genuinely believe that their kind of life is the kind of life worth having and that lives which are not like theirs are at the very … Continue reading

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Why atheists should quit the ‘War on Christmas’

Originally posted on CNN Belief Blog:
Opinion by Chris Stedman, special to CNN (CNN) — The “War on Christmas:”  what — or who—is it good for? In recent years, one organization, American Atheists, has claimed the mantle of prime atheist…

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