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“There is Actually No Such Thing as Atheism…”

Yesterday afternoon, I ran across this rather interesting quote from David Foster Wallace.  If you’re not familiar with Wallace, he was widely considered by many to be a master essayist and even something of a literary giant.  In point of … Continue reading

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The Sunday Seven

March 25th, 2012 Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Sunday Seven.”  As always, this post is all about sharing some of the more interesting news and insights that I have encountered throughout the week, as well as a little … Continue reading

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The Sunday Seven

Welcome to my new series, “The Sunday Seven.”  Here, you will find a rather motley collection of articles, blogs and other various musings that have captured my attention over the past seven days.  No promises as to what you may … Continue reading

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Can You Trust an Atheist?

Do you trust an atheist?  Would you vote for one if he or she was running for office?  What if their competition were an openly gay individual or a Muslim?  Could you vote for an atheist then?  What if your … Continue reading

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