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Is Religion Fast Becoming Obsolete In Today’s Modern Society?

Is Religion Fast Becoming Obsolete In Today’s Modern Society?

Relatively Interesting November 24, 2016 3

In today’s relentlessly progressing society, there lies a general consensus that science is slowly but enviably stripping away the functions of religion one by one. Previously unexplainable phenomena thought to be the work of

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The legal implications of selling your soul

The legal implications of selling your soul

Relatively Interesting August 15, 2016 0

What would you sell your soul for? If you find yourself asking, you should know quality resources describing how to sell your soul are more accessible than ever. With the advent of the cesspool

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Why can’t I own a Canadian?  Revisiting a letter to Dr. Laura.

Why can’t I own a Canadian? Revisiting a letter to Dr. Laura.

Relatively Interesting May 1, 2016 0

In May 2000, the state of Vermont permitted homosexual couples to contract “civil unions,” an official recognition that gave same-sex partners the legal benefits of marriage.  This “everything that is marriage but the name” decision pleased

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Why do you believe in God?

Why do you believe in God?

Relatively Interesting March 8, 2016 2

Why do you believe in God?  Is it because you were born into a family with a particular religion and simply inherited the same one?  Is it because you look to the Bible to

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26 more atheist memes that’ll make you question religion.  #SacrilegeSunday

26 more atheist memes that’ll make you question religion. #SacrilegeSunday

Relatively Interesting January 17, 2016 9

Posting an article like this comes with its risks.  Will people be offended?  Should they be offended?  Is that morally acceptable?  Here’s the thing.  The purpose of an article like this is to get

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Would you follow a sacred text if it had 439 contradictions?

Would you follow a sacred text if it had 439 contradictions?

Relatively Interesting November 29, 2015 7

The Bible.  Over a billion people follow its words – many without question.  And many, without even having read it. More than half of Americans think the Bible has too little influence on a

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Make the most of this life – Carl Sagan

Make the most of this life – Carl Sagan

Relatively Interesting November 16, 2015 2

This website typically does not write about breaking news, but in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, France, and the ongoing conflict with ISIS and the many players involved in battles across Syria and the Middle

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Lying and Misusing Statistics:  the Statistical Fallacy

Lying and Misusing Statistics: the Statistical Fallacy

Relatively Interesting September 20, 2015 4

Statistics are supposed to make the interpretation of data easier to understand.  However, statistics can be used to mislead casual observers into believing something other than what the data shows. That is, a misuse of statistics occurs when

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How the Gospels got Easter all wrong [infographic]

How the Gospels got Easter all wrong [infographic]

Relatively Interesting April 5, 2015 2

As you sit to enjoy your Sunday ham with family and friends, consider the origin, meaning, and history of Easter – and then check out this infographic which shows how the gospels got it

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The Reality About Morality

The Reality About Morality

Relatively Interesting March 15, 2015 6

Do you believe that the basis for morality is a product of human evolution or that it’s derived from religion?  Many scientists agree that morality – the principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong

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