You’re Offended, So What?

Oct 13, 2011 Comments Off by

It is astounding how, even in intellectual debates, the notion is suggested that none of the participants may offend anyone else. Needless to say, it is consistently suggested by the very religious. But nobody has the right to not be offended, for one simple reason, that you can be offended by anything. You could take [...]

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Religious Symbols At Work: What Are The Limits?

Aug 27, 2011 Comments Off by

Some of the most controversial cases to have come about in recent years on the subject of religion are those involving people who were banned from wearing certain items of religious symbolism at work. But in each case, nobody knows what the result will be, because nobody is sure how to resolve such cases. Initially [...]

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Why So Patronising?

Aug 05, 2011 Comments Off by

On many videos of debates, discussions, question and answer sessions and so on, it can sometimes be seen that a religious person will descend to the level of insults and offensive commands to try and enforce their point. A small number of people seem to like pressuring other people into agreement with fear or amateur [...]

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Religious Phrases – Should We Be Offended?

Jul 04, 2011 Comments Off by

There are an assortment of religious phrases in common parlance in the English language, normally referencing god, and normally sprouting from Christianity, such as “oh my god”, “god bless you”, “dear lord” and the like. One of the most annoying side-effects of atheists using these phrases, is that strong but stupid anti-atheists tend to pick [...]

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