Monthly Archives: March 2017

What were Jesus’ ACTUAL final words?

It’s interesting.  Jesus’ death and resurrection are the cornerstone of Christianity.  For an event so important, you would think the Gospel accounts would connect with each other really well around these events. You would think that Jesus’ final words would … Continue reading

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If there is no God, murder isn’t wrong?

  So Christians, if you found out right this instant that there is no God, would you go out and start murdering? Here’s a video that goes into this more:

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Religion was useful, but not anymore

In searching about morality, I notice that religion is described as something that was beneficial to societies from an evolutionary standpoint. “The adaptive value of religion would have enhanced group survival.” ~Wikipedia: Evolution of Morality This makes sense.  If you frighten … Continue reading

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Why facts can’t sway hardened believers

People who have hardened viewpoints really aren’t swayed by contrasting information, even if that information is true, it seems. It’s not just a belief system thing either.  Anyone who feels strongly about any viewpoint can be guilty of this.  I’ve noticed it can … Continue reading

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It’s interesting to hear about historical discoveries that give us clues about the actual nature of our existence. Oldest traces of life on Earth found in Quebec, dating back roughly 3.8 billion years May aid in search for traces of life … Continue reading

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