Monthly Archives: September 2009

Music for Former Fundies – Unvetted

Thoughtful, defiant, healing, mischievous, funny, rude, analytic, wounded, yearning, visionary . . . It’s all here.  Up to 152 songs!  January 12, 2010.   Highway to Hell – ACDC Black Sails in the Sunset – AFI God Called in Sick Today … Continue reading

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A Playlist for Recovering Fundies

A couple of years back, I dragged my agnostic husband, Brian, to a Calvinist megachurch.  Calvinist means God preselected a few humans for salvation and the rest for eternal torture.  We sat there for an hour, goats among the sheep. … Continue reading

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Dr. Valerie Tarico- Non-theists and Evangelicals: The IM Interview

Interview by Michael Spencer at The Internet Monk, a post-evangelical blog.    I have been wanting to do an interview with an articulate and perceptive non-theist, and I have found one in Dr. Valerie Tarico, author of The Dark Side: … Continue reading

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Too Poor to Get the Groceries Home?

  Republicans say that Democrats fail to encourage personal responsibility.   A battle in Seattle Washington over plastic bag fees provides a perfect, if minor, example.  After the city council voted to require a twenty cent per bag fee for disposable … Continue reading

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Christian Belief Through the Lens of Cognitive Science, Part 7 of 8

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Change Happens The most useful piece of learning for the uses of life is to unlearn what is untrue.   –Antisthenes My parents, as I’ve said before, were three for six in terms of producing believing children.  All of us accepted … Continue reading

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