Tag Archives: critical thinking

We’ve Moved!

We are happy to announce that after 5 years we have upgraded to our own domain, neverthoughttoquestion.com. The format and content will stay mostly the same. The hope is to add more interesting humanism and atheism related content, reach more … Continue reading

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Burden of Proof

When any person makes a claim we have the right to ask for  proof. Proof can come in many forms and what constitutes as acceptable varies from situation to situation. However, the burden of proof is always on the person(s) … Continue reading

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2 years and counting

A lot has happened and I’d say even though I don’t put much up on this blog these days having made it 2 years makes me pretty happy.  So far I feel pretty good having shared information with the world … Continue reading

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Paul Kurtz the Father of Secular Humanism, Champion of Reason and a One of The Biggest Influences on My Thinking Has Died

In 1999  I came across this book at the library and I so much enjoyed it that I subscribed to Free Inquiry magazine and read a few more of Kurtz’ books. I called him at the Center for Inquiry and … Continue reading

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Consider the source

We all remember Todd Akin’s ridiculously ignorant ‘legitimate rape’ comments. The ensuing firestorm left most of us outraged and shaking our heads. Joe Walsh thinks  modern medicine negates the need for abortion, Jenny McCarthy spreads dangerous misinformation about vaccinations, conspiracy … Continue reading

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Religion and Ethics Part One and Two

The first two parts in the Religion and Ethics series ae up: Part One: I have been seeing a lot of  blogs posts, news columns, Facebook posts..etc bashing religious unbelief as having no or little moral compass or guidance. So … Continue reading

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Why Religion Could Be Our Downfall

Typically I am pretty optimistic and so I hope the title of this post and its contents doesn’t make anyone depressed. However as of today (June 7th, 2012) the world population  is currently about seven billion, scientific progress is centuries … Continue reading

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