Evaluating Your Reasons for Belief

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When you’re studying other viewpoints, and (hopefully) trying to evaluate their truthfulness, it’s important to know why you believe your current views, whatever that reason may be.  I don’t mean “Why is this true,” or […]

The Downsides of Religion (aka Humanity Has a Lot to Lose, Too)

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This is the promised part 2 to the last post addressing Pascal’s Wager.  Buckle your seat belt, because this is going to be a long one for what was originally an individual supporting point. Religion […]

Responding to Pascal’s Wager

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Put simply, Pascal’s Wager states that it’s best to believe in God, because if he’s not real, nothing happens when you die, but if he is, you have everything to gain or lose by believing […]