Enjoy this post written for me this week by my sweet husband!
I have been a passionate Pokémon fan for what feels like forever. My enthusiasm all started when I was given a trading card in fourth grade. That card was Cubone. Since then, I have been fascinated by the creatures, story, lore, and everything else Pokémon. But what does Pokémon have to do with an atheist blog?
Continue reading “Religion vs. Pokémon”
At this point in time, I know way more than I ever wanted to about the traits of a Capricorn. Stay tuned to find out why.
Continue reading “My Life as a Capricorn”
Have you ever overheard a conversation on something that you’re passionate about, but for one reason or another, it would be out of place for you to interject? This happens to me all the time, and it’s immeasurably frustrating. In most groups I’m in, I’m considered “the atheist” of the group, but since I started my office job in March, this has not necessarily been the case.
Continue reading “Satanism vs. Atheism”
Let me tell you a story.
I was twenty years old, and a junior in college. I was in one of Grove City’s required classes called Civilization and the Speculative Mind, a class about worldviews, philosophy, and Christian theology. I wrote my term paper for this class on why naturalism does not inevitably lead to nihilism. It was a response to the claims made by James W. Sire in the class textbook The Universe Next Door. He had made three “bridges” between naturalism and nihilism which I had set out to debunk. They were: Continue reading “Can We Trust Our Senses?”
A few months ago, I wrote a post called What I Believe as an Atheist. I delved into my beliefs on the multiverse, the supernatural, astrology, death, morality, free will, veganism, LGBTQ issues, and more. The closest I got to my beliefs on gender in that post was, in regards to LGBTQ issues, saying:
Continue reading “My Thoughts on Gender”
I have always been known as the “recycling girl.” If you think that’s a weird way to be known, I agree. Apparently it is a radical thing to see what trash is doing to our planet and to want to fix it.
Continue reading “Why Sustainability is Hard (But Not Impossible)”