Church-State Separation · Criticism of Religion

The sacrament of Confession, and child abuse

I read this article today, and I thought I’d share my thoughts with you all. At first I was puzzled on what my take should be. I should know that, shouldn’t I? I’ve railed against the Catholic Church many times on this subject, and certainly, in the younger days of this blog, I’d be throwing… Continue reading The sacrament of Confession, and child abuse

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I’m (mostly) secular and I vote(d)

With my last blog post, I can hardly claim to be secular. But I am still all in favor of separation of church and state, and I am not inclined to vote for someone who is in danger of pushing her or his Christian (or other religious) agenda the minute she or he takes office.… Continue reading I’m (mostly) secular and I vote(d)

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The week in review

Warning: Language. According to the American Humanist Association, Monday was Church/State Separation Day. I saved their graphic for the event: I’m sure this is a “raise awareness” kind of thing, not a celebration thing, since the state of our church/state separation sucks as long as “In God We Trust” is our national motto. I suppose… Continue reading The week in review

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Kim Davis

Well, why shouldn’t I weigh in on Kim Davis? Everybody else has an opinion. Actually, I wasn’t seeing the need to clutter the Internet with my view, but she finally made the mistake of reminding me of my high-school self, which is probably why I can’t stand her. I believe I have stated before on… Continue reading Kim Davis

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Church-state separation in Wakulla County, Florida

I feel like, just as other bloggers do, it is my duty to bring things to the attention of my readers when those things are slightly askew. Not much goes on in this rural corner of north Florida, but a couple of things have been bugging me since the beginning of the year. This, for… Continue reading Church-state separation in Wakulla County, Florida

Church-State Separation · Criticism of Religion

Thoughts on reading “Galileo’s Daughter”

While pretending to be an Aflac agent recently, I found myself in a bookstore. One of the books I picked up was “Galileo’s Daughter: A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith, and Love.” I finally got to read it this week. I’ve been wanting this book for a while, ever since I heard the author, Dava… Continue reading Thoughts on reading “Galileo’s Daughter”

Church-State Separation · Kemeticism

Welcome to the craziness that is me

Hi and welcome. I’ve contemplated doing a blog for a while now, but wondered if I had anything useful to say. We’ll find out together. My Twitter bio says I’m “part atheist, part Kemetic.” I’ve been this way for some time, really, sometimes secular, sometimes religious. It’s very situational. Is that a bad thing? Maybe,… Continue reading Welcome to the craziness that is me