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But there were plenty of spaces...

Aug 22nd, 2012
It is hard to admit it, but it is true. I did the wrong thing.

The silver medal trinity?

Aug 15th, 2012
How the Olympic medal ceremony helps us understand God

Why is something wrong? reflections on Euthyphro

Aug 3rd, 2012
Is murder wrong because it is already wrong or because God commands it to be wrong?

Do atheists really never stop asking ‘why?’

20 Jul 2012
The Global Atheist convention opened with a video suggesting atheists never stop asking the question 'Why?'. Is that true?

Should you participate in voluntourism?

Jun 25th, 2012
Rob Martin responds to a recent article outlining some of the pitfalls of this emerging tourist trend

Can atheists deal with death?

25 Apr 2012
I once thought "Yes, surely atheists can face death". But after hearing Sam Harris, I'm not so sure

The Moral Landscape

Apr 22nd, 2012
A problem faces any secular person interested in morality: How do we find a system of morality that is objective?

Did you hear? Science and Christianity, the gloves are off!

Mar 27th, 2012
And the reigning champion slides sideways in the ring, leaving his opponent looking flat footed

A broken heart can break your heart

Jan 10th, 2012
What does it mean to be human? This is a profound question and the answer has huge implications.

What's God like?

Jan 4th, 2012
One of the things that probably doesn’t get a lot of airtime is that at Christmas Christians celebrate not only Jesus’ birthday but more specifically the day that God himself became human.