Earlier this year, I was hoping to get through more books to read. I tried reading a chapter of Haught’s book and Stanton’s book each day prior to reviewing them. Long story short, it burned me out far more than I expected. I had assumed the burn out I was feeling would go away, but … Continue reading Life Update: Reading Two Books at a Time was a Huge Mistake, Writing has Slowed to a Snail’s Pace, and Thoughts on Contemporary Life
The Implosion of US Credibility is now an unequivocal fact. If this doesn’t thoroughly destroy US credibility, then nothing will. The US was too stupid to avoid self-harm.
First and foremost, this had to be one of the worst formatted books I have ever had the displeasure to read on Kindle. What kind of idiot decides to make every chapter into a shortened font size with exclusively Bold text? This was an eyesore to read. If, like me, you’re still curious and wish … Continue reading Religion is Dying by James A. Haught is a Poorly Formatted Mess
Oath of Ahimsa Before I begin, I want to make it unequivocally clear that my support for political activism in the interests of defending Dharma is strictly in terms of non-violence. This is about challenging bad beliefs, bad ideas, and the cultish practices of this particular Christian institution. Most Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, and … Continue reading A Self-Updating List of the Catholic Church’s Contemporary History of Child Abuse and Anti-Human Rights stances
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Flawed, but ultimately a good read.
If anyone picked this up, read the first three chapters, and concluded that it was all rubbish then they would be well within their rights to do so. While there is a good display of competence and critique in the latter 6 chapters, they’re spaced quite horribly and jarring to read.
In Defense of JK Rowling and in Opposition to Cultish forms of Trans Activism
Evidently, the only lie about this woman’s tortures of innocent little girls was the claim about bathing in their blood. That was made-up approximately 100 years after her death. Everything else about her tortures seems credible.
For any prospective Blogger who wants the opinion of someone who spent 5 years blogging and my criticism of the current blogging advice articles.
For a limited time, both the Kindle versions of Faith in Doubt (UK Only) and Questioning Christianity: Book Edition will be on sale starting from December 23rd 2020 and end within the month of December.
I need to bleach my brains out from the sheer stupidity that I just read. I can only blame myself for having the curiosity to read this dumpster fire. Alas, for every Nietzsche, Gautama Buddha, and Hitchens; there’ll be a Ludovici, a Jesus Christ, and an Armin Navabi.
Finished a new ebook made up of earlier blog posts to help peacefully criticize Christianity and further stymie Christian conversions in India and elsewhere.
Can these self-stylized "rationalists" please rationally explain why they're falsely claiming to be Ex-Hindu groups?
How can anyone who claims to be threatened with death by Islamic Jihadists, then use the term "Hindu Jihadist" in reference to angry and thoughtless Twitter responses?
All one needs is an imam / Sheikh to approve the "grade" of this Hadith for extremists of this religious faith to begin the bloodletting.
#BlockExMuslims Because They Hate Us #Hindus. If Ex-Muslims antagonize Hindus, then please consider taking part in this campaign and voluntarily block them all and be indifferent to whatever news involves them from now on.
A reminder for an "atheist" subreddit claiming to oppose pedophilia in the Catholic Church, they seem keen on shutting down group conversations of those exposing "funding" campaigns that support the Catholic Church. That includes a permanent ban for even discussing the issue and criticizing them.
Exposing the lies and hateful teachings of the Bible in defense of Sanatana Dharma, rational empiricism, and Indian culture.
This is one small step in destroying the hateful teachings of Jesus Christ and exposing the lies of Christianity in defense of Sanatana Dharma, rational empiricism, and Indian culture.