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Phil Zuckerman Fails to Demonstrate Staunch Atheists are More Moral Then The Proudly Pious

[I put all the replies to Phil Zuckerman’s argument here in one place. That way, if someone cites his Salon article to argue atheists are more moral on some social media page, you will be able to post a link … Continue reading

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Staunch Atheists and the Proudly Pious – the Real Difference

Secular apologist Phil Zuckerman failed to show that, hard-core secularists exhibit much more empathy, compassion, and care for the well-being of others than religious people.  He cited three examples as his primary evidence and each one collapsed with modest application … Continue reading

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Atheist Apologist Phil Zuckerman Strikes Out

Sociologist/apologist Phil Zuckerman argues, “When it comes to the most pressing moral issues of the day, hard-core secularists exhibit much more empathy, compassion, and care for the well-being of others than the most ardently God-worshipping.” Zuckerman failed to make this … Continue reading

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Phil Zuckerman Swings Again. And Whiffs Again.

Sociologist Phil Zuckerman argues, “When it comes to the most pressing moral issues of the day, hard-core secularists exhibit much more empathy, compassion, and care for the well-being of others than the most ardently God-worshipping.” Zuckerman failed to make this … Continue reading

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Phil Zuckerman Tries to Argue That Atheists Are Morally Superior. And Fails.

Phil Zuckerman is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California.  According to his Wikipedia page, Zuckerman’s academic work seems largely focused on defending and promoting secularism and atheism.  So it looks to me that … Continue reading

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Why Stop With Arson?

More moral clarity from the atheist professor who advocates church burnings: I still wouldn’t respect or like him, but I think he’d be a better man if he’d merely tossed someone in a woodchipper, rather than making a lucrative career … Continue reading

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Atheist Morality At Work

Ah, atheist morality on display. Speaking of a rightwing publisher who died of cancer: I wouldn’t normally say this about a cancer victim, but jesus, I hope he suffered. – PZ Myers Speaking of the churches in Canada: Burn a church … Continue reading

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Atheist Embraces Violence

A few weeks ago, I noticed atheist actvist PZ Myers continued to expand upon his embrace of violence. AS we have seen before, Myers is a champion of the notion that one should “punch a Nazi.” It’s a morally and … Continue reading

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The Sentimental Moralist

Commenting on the hysterical reaction to the Covington student issue, Matthew Schmitz made some incredibly insightful points that also apply to the original hysteria surrounding the Jussie Smollett allegations: Oscar Wilde defined the sentimentalist as one “who desires to have … Continue reading

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Non-Christians Continue to Struggle with Morality

Tom Gilson wrote a nice article about the way secularists push their morality on others. They approach morality as hyper-religious zealots.  They demand conformity.  They demand allegiance to their morality. As we proceed into the increasingly bizarre post-Christian world, the … Continue reading

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