Waiting for Armageddon: Evangelical Christianity’s influence on modern US politics and the Middle East

This film left me with feelings of detachment and disdain. 50 million people in the USA, attracting an audience of 200 million across the world, to project evangelicalism in the world. They have a concerted effort through US Congressmen, corporate CEOs, a disproportionate amount of the US military, and have a significant influence on US … Continue reading Waiting for Armageddon: Evangelical Christianity’s influence on modern US politics and the Middle East

A brief ramble

I feel like such a fool sometimes. I should probably be doing more to promote myself and this website, and there are indeed several factors that I simply haven’t done that would improve my position, but I feel so pressed for time recently. I had hoped to undertake all challenges, but it just freezes me … Continue reading A brief ramble

Limits of Discourse: Is Sam Harris an Atheist Crusader?

Source: http://www.samharris.org/blog/item/the-limits-of-discourse In a bizarre email exchange with Noam Chomsky, Sam Harris avoided ethical questions about President Bill Clinton’s bombing of the Sudanese pharmaceutical building, which resulted in a massive death toll and refugee crisis, to frame the discourse in terms of President Clinton’s intentions for the bombings. While Chomsky was pointing out the facts … Continue reading Limits of Discourse: Is Sam Harris an Atheist Crusader?