I cannot see how it is even slightly "inconsistent" for an atheist to argue that a particular god doesn't exist, though it would seem the questioner is trying to beg the question with the phrase "work against his existence" thereby embedding the reality of the god as an assumption.Read More »
In my opinion, chaplains exist to disciple and promote faith of some sort, usually in a deity.
Atheists, at least broadly, reject belief in deitiesRead More »
I think that might be difficult, since you have to be ordained within your denomination in order to be considered to be a chaplain. I don't know if the Freedom From Religion Foundation has got to the point where they ordain atheists: it might be profoundly against the point.
Although the Flying Spaghetti Monster crowd would probably start ordaining people if there was enough interest in it within the military.Read More »
As the world moves and changes, even a young president has a problem with it.
I can remember when “rock and roll” was going to be the ruination of society, then those free thinking hippies, and don’t forget those that believed in civil rightsRead More »
Whoa! What had I done? There I was face to face with this guy standing right there in front of me telling me what for. I was the enemy from his viewpoint. I had said or done something not to his liking and he was calling me on it big time.
Over-the-top reactions seem the norm these daysRead More »
Last weekend Spokane Faith & Values had a booth at Unity in the Community and I got to meet several new readers. Someone asked me if Spokane has a Baha’i community. I explained to him that there is actually a pretty active Baha’i community here.Read More »