Developing morality is a conscious effort for non-theists, a task that requires an act of will to perform. Theft is almost universally condemned in civilizations of all types, and you may be surprised by how easy it is to steal without even thinking of it as theft.
What does TV say about us
Is television reflective of our society or a causal factor? More importantly, how does that affect how you want to live your own life? The answer to this one question determines a great deal about your future.
Judgment Is A Necessity
Judging ourselves and others, as well as our surroundings, plays a critical role in our survival as a species and as individuals. The popular phrase "don't judge me" reflects a lack of understanding about humans as creatures of reason, as well as denying the need for accountability in society.
Did God Give Us the Constitution?
Where do our political freedoms originate? The political right seems to think they come from a god. A brief explanation of the origin of the US Constitution.
The Limitations of Knowledge
Can we be certain there is no god? Can we be certain about anything? David Hume asked questions of John Locke's theory of knowledge (epistemology). Explore the answer to these questions and the implications of that answer.
Reason - The Building Block of Humanity
How have humans survived for all these years? What assets allowed us to thrive in an inhospitable world? Our ability to reason is the answer. Also, we visit the Garden of Eden in both the Bible and Quran, and what the story means in both.
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