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

Posted by on Feb 15, 2014 in Blog | 10 comments

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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From Ashes to Art

Posted by on Feb 12, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

From Ashes to Art

From Ashes to Art: Adam Brown is featured on his local KCTV5 News network for his amazing way he paints with cremation remains. He takes the ashes and mixes them into the paint and make a portrait, abstract, or landscape painting to remember your loved one in a better way the just ashes in an urn on your fireplace. Would you do this with your loved one’s ashes? I know I will. Unknowingly they featured some of his portraits in the story so Ayann Hirsi Ali, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and Sam Harris. It was amazing to watch and learn about a great way to remember your loved ones...

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Fear and Loathing in Kentucky: The Humiliation of Ken Ham

Posted by on Feb 10, 2014 in Blog | 14 comments

Fear and Loathing in Kentucky: The Humiliation of Ken Ham

by: Dan Hettmannsperger III Like most of you I watched the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham with great interest. Looking back on it now there is much that stands out, not the least of which being the civility of Bill Nye and the astonishing hubris of Ken Ham, an embarrassment to Western Civilization if ever there was one. As a man that spends a great deal of my own time in debate forums (my favorite is GOD’S FRIENDS AND FOES on Facebook, which I highly recommend) I couldn’t help but notice that Ken’s tactics were both predictable and frankly disappointing. I’m not...

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Haters gonna hate

Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Blog | 8 comments

Haters gonna hate

I love it when people message me or comment directly here on We Are Atheism to tell me horrible things or to insult someone who had the courage to come out and tell the world they are an atheist.  What’s great is there are moments when someone goes above and beyond and I just have to share this one with you. Here is what Neil attempted to post on Tomas Vogter’s coming out page. “Oh there you are you dickhead ! remember me I’m the man on youtube who smash your ridiculous theories on so called slut shamming to pieces and you blocked me because you don’t have an answer....

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Earth vs. Islam

Posted by on Jul 1, 2013 in Blog | 22 comments

Earth vs. Islam

BY: Dan Hettmannsperger III I have personally grown deeply tired of the same lie being repeated over and over again by apologists for Islam and the Islamic world: That Islam is a religion of peace.  Not only is this a lie but it is an absurdity as vast as the claim that the earth is flat or that the sun orbits the earth.  How can anyone with a straight face assert that Islam is a “religion of peace”?  One need only look at the current global situation to see otherwise.  Even as I write these words the humanitarian crisis in Syria only grows worse, Palestinians continue to use...

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Sex and the Single-Atheist

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Blog | 9 comments

Sex and the Single-Atheist

by: Dan Hettmannsperger III Should Atheists date Christians?  In a nation where more than 80% of the populace are theists who are overwhelmingly Christian this is a serious question for the man or woman who wants to seek someone that is equally reasonable. So let me tell you about my own experiences and let you draw your own conclusions. I’m forty-five years old so believe me I’ve had more than a few in this arena. My first significant relationship was with a Christian I’ll call Laura. Laura was a woman of Southern background I met when I was only 18, and she was 20. We...

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