Midnight In The Desert — atheism

Wed May 4 - Paul Davids - An Atheist in Heaven

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Wed May 4 - Paul Davids - An Atheist in Heaven

Website: pauldavids.com Paul Davids is an author, artist and award-winning Hollywood filmmaker. As author, his most recent book is the ambitious 514 page non-fiction An Atheist In Heaven – The Ultimate Evidence For Life After Death? It is co-authored with Professor Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., a scientist who is also a prolific author. In 1990, Lucasfilm contracted Paul Davids to co-write (with his wife, Hollace Davids) six Star Wars books that continue the Star Wars saga beyond Return of the Jedi. Those books sold in the millions and include The Glove Of Darth Vader, The Lost City Of The Jedi,...

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The World's Newest Major Religion: No Religion

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The World's Newest Major Religion: No Religion

You don’t usually think of churches as going out of business, but it happens. In March, driven by parishioner deaths and lack of interest, the U.K. Mennonites held their last collective service. It might seem easy to predict that plain-dressing Anabaptists—who follow a faith related to the Amish—would become irrelevant in the age of smartphones, but this is part of a larger trend. Around the world, when asked about their feelings on religion, more and more people are responding with a meh. The religiously unaffiliated, called "nones," are growing significantly. They’re the second largest religious group in North America and...

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Will Religion Will Be Gone ‘In A Generation?’

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Will Religion Will Be Gone ‘In A Generation?’

Religion is living on borrowed time. Lawrence Krauss, a self-described antitheist (or person who actively opposes the existence of religion) and collaborator with atheist scientist Richard Dawkins on The Unbelievers, believes in at least one thing: if you talk about religions in a certain way, children will stop believing within a generation or two. When asked about the teaching of religion in schools, Krauss had this to say. “What we need to do is present comparative religion as a bunch of interesting historical anecdotes, and show the silly reasons why they did what they did.” The comments came at an...

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Questions Sam Harris on Disrespecting Belief

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Questions Sam Harris on Disrespecting Belief

Neil deGrasse Tyson questions Sam Harris. via YouTube.

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