Monthly Archives: July 2015

Thoughts on Atheism & Faith: Miracles and Belittling

The following is part of a series of thoughts on atheism and faith. An atheist relative of mine likes to belittle belief in miracles and God. More annoyingly, he slips his “guffaws” into our conversations from time to time, knowing I am a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: Creation & Creationism

I’m always surprised when an atheist thinks I’m a “creationist” because I’m a Christian. Can’t blame them too much.  Polls say just under half of Americans have creationist views.*  Personally, it’s embarrassing to be lumped in with those spouting ignorant … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: Stats!

Survey Says:  Number of atheists growing!  Number of believers/church-goers shrinking! The Snake gave it to me! In my experience, some people gleefully point out the decline in church affiliation, and smirk at problems in The Church, as confirmation of their … Continue reading

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