Tag Archives: religion

It ain’t me.

It’s not me that you need to convince. Every so often I get into conversations with Well Meaning Christians. It’s something I try to avoid. They’re frustrating conversations. Mostly because it’s usually not about Christendom to start with. In the … Continue reading

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The illusion of separation

Separation and loneliness is a huge issue right now. Important enough to interrupt the tech with a post about spirituality. Along with lots of discussion about meditation, in particular mindfulness, one sees articles about the outer darkness. The deep loneliness … Continue reading

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At war. With the right sort of Muslims.

Well, will you look at that. Amanda Vanstone has written an article for The Age. The title is Fanatics, not Muslims, are our enemy. How interesting, you say to yourself, knowing that Our Amanda is an Atheist. And she served … Continue reading

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Leave the money on the fridge, Winthrop.

Dear Winthrop. I used to patronise a chemist that sells your products. I used to go there for all my prescriptions. Since this Dr Angela Lanfranchi who is the spokes orc at World Congress of wankspanners Families is employed by … Continue reading

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Yahweh and his Asherah

This comes adjacent to a lot of thinking about the perils of Dominator culture. That term is used to describe the overt military, patriarchal culture that arose out of the bronze and iron ages. Yes it really is only a … Continue reading

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One of the more personal reasons for supporting secular government.

*Trigger Warning:* Bad religion, abuse, suicide. It’s been a tough week. Couple of weeks, really. About a month ago an old friend of mine suicided. He’d been having trouble for quite a while. Long story. He’d been dealing with some … Continue reading

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Religion had its chance.

Today a group of doctors, Doctors for the Family, apparently signed a senate submission against same sex marriage on the grounds that they think same sex marriage is not as good for kids as hetero relationships. The AMA immediately replied … Continue reading

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An important message to the interwebs

If you’re not interested in US politics, you can probably skip this one. Although it is kinda funny. It’s a fantastic example of talking back to the system that seeks to exclude citizens in favour of corporate money. Crossposted from … Continue reading

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Creationism and biblical origins.

In mainstream media and online recently there have been all sorts of disputes about atheists, religion, creationism, evolution and so forth. People are going nuts about what is essentially a simple subject, so I’ll go on record for the sake … Continue reading

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Private sector enabling censorship of Australian internet access.

Despite repeated rejection of blacklisting and internet censorship by the citizens of Australia, the Federal Government is now set to implement the policy via voluntary private industry compliance. The AFP is now apparently assisting compile the blacklist, which will not … Continue reading

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