While some argue that ignosticism, or igtheism, is simply a rejection of language or vocabulary (as in, I am igtheist…I don’t agree with the definition) it’s more to do with an attitude than with a label.
Under formal definitions, an agnostic contends that there is not enough empirical evidence to prove the existence of a deity or deities, but that to dismiss the possibility also requires a leap of faith.
Religion is not an incorporated business that you have control over. It is an entity that grows, changes, adapts and eventually dies on its own lack of relevance.
What We Learn from Biblical Maps by Roy Erickson Jr. For the unpracticed eye, biblical maps can be very hard to read. Boundaries have changed drastically over the centuries, with Continue Reading
2013 has largely been a year of finger pointing, villainizing and poor attention span all brought about by Demonic influences.
The Late Mitchell Warren: I am constantly told by religion to hate materialism; told by patriotism to hate religion; told by materialism to hate religion and patriotism.
Karla Fetrow: As we enter the twenty-first century, we must grapple with the problems facing a changing world where politics and religion collide. The wars in the Mideast are a reflection of the chaos that lies in every one of us.
A treatise on the ideal of an authentic Jesus
The Future is being written by the Nerds of the world.
“Stop trying to blame the current Israeli neo-con foreign and domestic policies on the Nazis–when we already gots a winner right here in the good old U.S.A.”