An isolated atheist speaks his views on religion, politics, and the world around him.
Being an agnostic atheist was never really a decision, but rather a reaction to the lack of credible evidence and reason I found in my hunt through the major religions of the world in trying to find one that spoke to me. In fact, the more religions I studied, the less inclined I was to believe in them. I “came out” as an atheist about six years ago. I’ve continued my religious studies since then, and have still found no reason to treat any of them which posit the existence of a god or gods as true or reasonable to believe in. Again, not a choice, but a reaction based on the evidences presented.
that #science restores my faith in humanity when #religion does just the opposite?
The object to your left has revealed itself to be a god unto itself. What is this object and what does it demand its followers do to appease it?
My glasses: They demand that all people see the world clearly, and that we should pray, so that our optic nerves will correct themselves and that we honor tetrachromats as our high priestesses, for verily, the colors they see belie the inherent truth and beauty of our world.
For those who may not know. Mormons who leave the LDS church are often ostracized by the local society and cast away as heathens.
There’s no other explanation. How else could one entity tempt so many men into committing atrocity? How else could an entity that is obviously pure evil have so many on its side?
The answer is clear: Awesome Boobage.