Catholicism

A Journey into Atheism

By Javan Poblador / May 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

A Journey into Atheism By Eldemar R. Sabete Bacolod City Growing up in a Catholic family setting means, following the traditional way of living. To conserve, save, and protect the faith are expected to do by every member of the family. It’s natural to be conscious for a child who wants a sense of belongingness […]

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Wider, Broader, Deeper, and Longer: The Banality of Moving the Goal Posts

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen / January 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Andrew Sullivan, prominent and long-time essayist, declared every person has a religion. By implication, this would include atheists, as most see themselves, likely, as a-religious within the referent frame of a-theism. This seems more wrong than right, and also appears to miss the basic nature of religion: handed down answers, or, […]

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The Guardians of Pain

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen / December 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen The Roman Catholic Christian Church Pope Francis – the guy who thinks he is the only Pope should look into the Discordians, adjacent to the Church of the SubGenius and its SubGenii – remarked on the problems with drug abuse or, less moralistically, substance misuse in the context of Duterte (Romero, […]

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