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Atheists Are Better Than Christians

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Atheists Are Better Than Christians

For many years now all I have heard from Christians are that they have god given morals that somehow give them the ability to do better at life than anyone else. Their god, scriptures, and set of moral codes ensure that they are the higher authority on not only morality but in all areas of life. So I decided to see if this was true. Atheists overall have lower poverty rates than Christians, Society Without God (Zuckerman, 2008). This is due to the psychology of religion leaching onto the poor to give them hope and security that after all of this pain and suffering there is a better eternal...

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A Home for the Homeless

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A Home for the Homeless

Orchid McCrary is a single, mother of 4,working at a fast food restaurant trying to make ends meet. After being kicked out of her apartment for the utilities being shut off.  She became behind on the utility payments and just couldn’t afford to pay it.  It came to a choice between Rent and the electric bill. So she chose rent.  Due to that choice the landlord then began the eviction notice for non-compliance with the lease. After being served for eviction she was also served with a notice to appear in court for unpaid Rent and utilities as well as the cost of eviction, legal and...

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Teresa Mitchell thanks Atheists Giving Aid

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Teresa Mitchell thanks Atheists Giving Aid

Dear Atheist’s Giving Aid, I am one of the “long term unemployed.” I lost my job in March 2013 and began receiving Unemployment Compensation in May 2013. I had been working steadily since I was 17 years old. I am now 45. I suffer from several chronic health conditions which leave me in constant pain. Even so, I diligently began a job search, to little avail. I suddenly found myself either over-qualified or under-qualified for many jobs. I put in over 200 applications/resumes and received only two interviews. I couldn’t even get work in fast food! Dec. 28, 2013 the...

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The Four Categories of Belief and Knowledge: How to define Agnostic and Atheist

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The Four Categories of Belief and Knowledge: How to define Agnostic and Atheist

BY: Gregory Dearth It can be difficult to understand the meanings of deep terms. The best way to gain such an understanding is often to visualize actual connections between terms. I would encourage you to grab a small piece of paper and try the thought experiment below. Once you have completed it you will understand clearly the relationship of several terms. It ultimately comes down to usage. For example, agnostic is often incorrectly equated to atheist and some simply equate agnostic to ‘undecided’. But there is indeed a correct ‘official’ usage for these terms and...

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Christian Nation Claims

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Christian Nation Claims

BY: Gregory Dearth A particularly annoying claim made by Christians is that the United States of America is, or is meant to be a Christian nation. They assert that the nation was built on Christian values by Christians and that even our laws are based on the ten Biblical commandments. None of these claims are true. And there is definitely no evidence for these claims. The laws of the United States of America were originally based on British Common Law, not the ten commandments of the Christian Bible. But merely making this factual statement typically only leads to a counter-argument that...

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Christian Jihadists, Truth, War, and the Pixel Apocalypse.

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Christian Jihadists, Truth, War, and the Pixel Apocalypse.

by: Dan Hettmannsperger III “You can safely assume that you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.” -Anne Lamott, American novelist and non-fiction writer. I’ve been on the internet in one form or another now for more than two decades. That’s right, I’m old enough to remember when AOL was cool (sigh). The war of ideas that started in ancient Greece found its way here, and the casualties have been high. I’m not talking about a literal body count, but the opposition has always been brutal and...

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