Monthly Archives: May 2006

ramblings about morality

Atheists and other free-thinkers frequently get accused of being “moral relativists.” Most religionists seem to equate moral relativism with immorality, or the complete lack of any morals. Unfortunately, some free thinkers have a tendency to come across as though they … Continue reading

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My father was a mountain

I just got finished reading Cory Doctorow's book, Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town. I'll write a review of it later, but suffice to say, it was disppointing. I could relate to some of the characters, especially the main … Continue reading

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Freethought Radio podcast

Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor are doing a radio show on Saturday mornings called Freethought Radio. They're also podcasting it. You can subscribe to at http://ffrf.org/radio/podcast/podcast.xml. Summary for this week's show (from their website): Featuring interview with Ernie Harburg, … Continue reading

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