[Antireligionist] My blogs that address Religion: Archaeology, Anthropology, Philosophy and History

I am an antireligionist & I Believe Archaeology not Myths Yes, you need to know about Animism to understand Religion The value (axiology) of archaeology (empirical evidence) is knowledge (epistemology) of the past adding to our intellectual (rational) reality of actual events. On the other hand, myths (collection of stories) inaccurate accounts of the past or tails to establish thinking or behaviors, supporting faith (nonrationality) in some unreal belief, behavior or creative fiction of non-events or actual events. I can’t stand when people try to say that atheism and religion use faith. We atheists, have archaeology that proves religion is a lie, so no faith is needed. Moreover, We atheists, have science which shows that every mystery has ever turned out to be nature and not magic. There is nothing that the only explanation is magic or supernatural anything, so for religion, it has no evidence at all. All religion has is faith without any proof and do not try to say that atheism is anything like that. I was once asked what do you think about religion in schools? To me, I would first like to ask, “Why would you teach traditional conspiracy theories of reality, such as religion, when you are at a facility like a school for the learning of truth?” I do not want any religion in schools but if religion is going to be taught in school, I think it should be taught as historical mythology. Religion is not about truth, it’s about indoctrinated faith. Do you really believe that even if clear documents demonstrate that Jesus had said he was not god, that they would...

Damien, What’s Worse Christians or Spiritual Non-religious?

Damien, What’s Worse Christians or Spiritual Non-religious? Vague Theism or god Somethingism: just say NO   No, vague theism, somethingism or “ietsism” is not some Philosophers Stone of Theism removed from strong critique. Religion is an Evolved Product I am not spiritual and its because it does not refer to anything meaningful to me and really I don’t know how I could utilize the concept of spirituality as to me it’s trying to make woo woo of reality and I am a realist so that would not interest me. a made up word attaching animistic somthingism superstitions wrongly to a naturalistic feeling of emotions thus people must remember that phenomenology is not always connecting to a genuine reality, it involves the concept of to people places or things we are highly emotional beings, in fact, we are so much this way we actually are almost alway emotionalizing and why is being mislabeled as some-kind of magic feeling or feelings that are misinterpreted thinking they mean something they don’t. Personally, I don’t even know what that means in relation to reality. I use to call myself a spiritual atheist but the more I learned the less I saw that as anything meaningful and was just my place holder carry over word from my religious past. What I meant by it was I say value and meandering in the world. That things were connected in some way. I now have a nonreligious word that states this and is more substantive and beneficially descriptive. Axiology or Axiological. Which stands for value theory or value science. And I call myself an Axiological Atheist. But...