Tag Archives: religion

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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Third Annual Salvation Army Sucks Post

Well maybe the don’t suck but their stances on human rights haven’t changed since my first post and so still don’t stand as a charity worth supporting. Here is the original article. Other than be staunchly religious their views on … 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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Why Humanism Part 3

In my last article I said I was going to be focusing a little more on why humanism is good.   A philosophy as broad as humanism has many great things about it. (Why Humanism Part 1  and Part 2 ) … Continue reading

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Crazy Watering Can

This is  a video based on Bertrand Rusell’s teapot. He suggested a thought experiment: If I were to suggest that between the Earth and Mars there is a china teapot revolving about the sun in an elliptical orbit, nobody would … Continue reading

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Why Humanism Part 2

I have had the great pleasure exploring many different ideologies. I studied philosophy and psychology at college and did a lot of reading of my own. Out of them all I chose humanism. There are thousands and thousands of religions, … Continue reading

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Why Humanism: Part 1

This blog’s official philosophical position is secular humanism.  We do, however, carry a quite a mixed bag of ideals and values. Mainly because we understand the dangers of labels. College education and self study has made me fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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