Monthly Archives: January 2022

An Example of How An Atheist Responds After Being Corrected

I wrote a post about secular privilege that apparently triggered atheist Bruce Gerencser.  When I responded by pointing out the fatal flaws in his position, he in turn responded: Michael didn’t like the fact that I said he spent his … Continue reading

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Atheist Denies Secular Privilege

Atheist Bruce Gerencser objected to my posting on secular privilege.   He starts off as follows: Yesterday, Michael, a Christian (Evangelical?) blogger who spends his days raging against atheism, wrote a post titled What is Secular Privilege? Here Are Ten Everyday … Continue reading

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Patheos vs. OnlySky

Consider something Hemant Mehta wrote on his blog: Patheos took a chance on me in 2011, and while its management has changed in the years since, everyone has always been wonderful about letting me post what I’ve wanted to without … Continue reading

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Nightmares About Covid

Atheist PZ Myers is so terrified by Covid that he is actually having nightmares about it: I dreamt that the omega variant had come along, there was mass death everywhere, including my wife and I. Our floppy, decaying bodies were … Continue reading

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Democratic Party Becoming More and More Authoritarian

According to recent survey results, Democrats are more likely to favor authoritarian rule than the rest of the American public: 55% of Democratic voters would support a proposal for federal or state governments to fine Americans who choose not to … Continue reading

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