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Where Will Society Be In 100 Years?

Posted by in Atheist Activism, Christianity, End of Days, featured, Global Climate Change, secularism, The Future | 0 comments

One hundred years from now we will be dead but it is entirely probable that our children may still be alive. I say “probable” and “may” because it really depends in large part to who wins the culture war. For simplicity sake, let’s look at the two opposing worldviews and see which one offers the best hope for our future.

Real Life Is Distracting Me Again

Posted by in Blogging, Personal | 3 comments

Even though I am pretty open about my atheism to everyone except maybe the people at my part-time job, I still sometimes feel like I live two lives. I have one life with my wife, kids, family, and friends, and another life online. Well, real life is distracting me from my online life again.

The First Contact Litmus Test

Posted by in Atheism, featured, Geek Stuff, Science, The Future | 0 comments

Anyone who is a superfan of Star Trek: The Next Generation would know that before the Federation of Planets initiates first contact with an alien world, the people of that world must first develop the capacity to travel at warp speed. Warp drive is the test that the people of a planet must pass before First Contact can occur. But what if in reality the test is something different? What if the test is that a culture must abandon religion and/or supernatural beliefs?