Monthly Archives: July 2013

Religion is Scientifically Irrelevant

I have recently come to the conclusion that religion is in fact irrelevant to science. Every major religion since man begun has been logically erroneous. To say that the religious view of the history of the universe is factually correct

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Debate Discussion: Hitchens and D’Souza

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V85OykSDT8   This is a great debate between Hitchens and D’Souza at Notre Dame that I highly recommend watching, though it is quite long. D’Souza brought up some interesting points but ultimately they didn’t hold water. For example, one of

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Why it is illogical to be religious

Take for example, someone who was not born in an atheist home, or a religious home, free from even hearing about religion and coincidentally he made up none of his own. Then when this man hit 21 years of age

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Book Discussion: God is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens

This book is quite the finishing touch on the great life of Hitchens. His argument throughout this book is that religion has poisoned history. He concludes the book with the argument that in order to solve this we will need

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We don’t need religious morality

I’ve heard the argument many times about how religious morality is the only objective set of moral beliefs, and that without religion morals are nonexistent and thus we need religion. I disagree with this for a couple of reasons. First

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Why Religion and Science are Necessarily Opposed

A lot of people I discuss religion with claim that science and religion have no beef with each other, religion focuses on one facet of the universe (namely the supernatural) and science focuses on the other (the natural). Stephen Gould

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Faith

This blog post will be dedicated to what I believe ‘faith’ really is. To me, what many people call faith in god is actually faith in the word of other people. I feel like this describes the reason I personally

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