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- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Causes Good People to Do Atrocities
- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Causes Good People to Do Great Harm
- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Threatens Human Flourishing
- Christianity is Not Great: Testing Faith With The Practical Empirical Results
- Christianity is Not Great: Faith Tested Against The Practical Empirical Results
- Christianity is Not Great: Faith Fails The Practical Empirical Results
- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Is Bad For Us and Our Planet
- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Is an Utterly Unreliable Moral Compass
- Christianity is Not Great: Why Faith Is an Utterly Unreliable Moral Guide
- Christianity is Not Great: How Faith Kills
- Christianity is Not Great: How Faith Destroys Us
- Christianity is Not Great: The Destructiveness of Faith
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For religious people, the standard setting for the giving of thanks is entirely incidental to the meaning of the occasion. The family around the table, the turkey or ham, the football game — all of these are just props and ritual. None is essential to thanking God.
What for a religious person, though, is just the setting of Thanksgiving is for the atheist the entire celebration itself. Family and fun, and marking the change of the seasons, is its only meaning and significance.
I suppose that to a religious person an atheist Thanksgiving must appear a thin thing, lacking reverence and grandeur. But then, again, a person who reveres a grand God must feel diminished in her own eyes. Giving thanks to God must engender in the religious the sense that they are powerless supplicants to a higher reality. Another thing we atheists are happy about, then, is that nothing at all depends on the will of a spirit in the sky.
The quote above is from Mark Mercer, chairman of the Philosophy department at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Submitted by J. M. Green
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I tire of elitist Christian apologists who want more atheist philosophers of the stature of Graham Oppy and the late Jordan Howard Sobel. There is just something about this that annoys me, not because these two towering atheists don't destroy the God-hypothesis. They do. It's because Christians are trying to skirt the real basis for their faith, the historical lack of evidence for the reliability of the Bible. I really think Christians love good atheist philosophy because it doesn't actually challenge their faith. This is something I wrote ciclo de marcha., to see what he wrote about it.Now what? Say he didn't mean what he said? Say it wasn't really a good endorsement after all? If it isn't that good of a book why would he write a blurb for it at all? Get it. See for yourself.
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