This Group is specifically for those who prefer to apply Critical Thinking rather than follow blind faith, those that are natural Sceptics, and true Atheists.
Members must be approved.
Location: In Your Mind
Latest Activity: 9 hours ago
The mental process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information to reach an answer or conclusion.
Inclined to question the truth or soundness of accepted ideas, not easily convinced.
The disbelief in the existence of god or gods. From the Greek, atheos - a 'without', theos 'god'.
This Group is to all intents solely for those that fall into the above three definition areas. It is not a place for Non-Atheists to debate with Atheists, rather it is a secular meeting place and for those of a like-mindedness to discuss freely their thoughts and ideas pertaining to these things in an atmosphere of acceptance, camaraderie, fellowship, and mutual respect. It is to protect these ideals that membership in this group is either by invitation or by approval.
Determining the Attributes and Effects of GodsSo, I was on The Thinking Atheist the last two weeks with Matt. And before going on the final night, the show’s host, Seth Andrews, submitted a very long, well organized e-mail that he’d received from a…Continue
When you find a science article on the web, how do you know whether it's reliable or not?by Brian DunningBecause Skeptoid has very specific guidelines regarding their materials. I have simply posted a link here for review. I feel this is a very…Continue
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Here is kind of a synopsis of the Catechism that I was required to memorize through MUCH repetition as a child. " There is a God. God is Good, Uncreated, Immutable, Eternal, Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient. " END OF STORY…Continue