Human logic can find no trustworthy evidence to prove or disprove the existence of unseen spirits.
There is a rapid growth of adults who say their religion is “none”.
It’s often said that everyone should respect the “great truths” contained in all faiths. If you see any, please let me know.
“All thinking men are atheists.” – Ernest Hemingway
Although churches claim that religion makes believers loving and brotherly, the historic record includes opposite results.
There’s no evidence whatever – zilch – that a magical god created life.
What if the whole supernatural spectrum and its huge army of practitioners constitute a trillion-dollar fraud?
Man is certainly stark mad; he cannot make a worm, yet he will make gods by the dozen.” – Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592).
All supernatural beliefs have a common denominator: They lack tangible evidence.
Several research studies find that skeptics are brighter than religious believers.
Atheists are disliked in America—constantly denigrated in public surveys—which may explain why many doubters conceal their lack of belief.
Religion is an extremely touchy topic. Church members often become angry if anyone questions their supernatural dogmas.
In 1976, a whopping 82% of adult Americans identified themselves as white Christians, but today the rate has fallen to just 43 percent.
There’s no heavenly protector to save people with cancer or children with leukemia. Trusting medical science is the only hope.
For thinking people, there’s only one possible answer to the age-old problem of evil: The all-loving Father proclaimed by many faiths cannot exist.
Blasphemy isn’t a dirty word. It simply means voicing doubts about supernatural religious claims. That’s normal for intelligent, science-minded people.