Introducing: Secular Sundays!
I want to keep this blog mostly a media, movies, and miscellaneous discussion, also talking about my personal and professional experiences in the biz (once I start having some). But the self-righteous religious bullshit that has recently fueled, among other things, the passage of Prop 8 has royally pissed me off.
On top of that, a number of people have approached me in the interest of creating some kind of dialogue about religion, which pisses me off rather less — I’m all for it. But either way, the topic of religion — and my lack of belief therein — is starting to crop up more. Atheism is kind of the new gay, it seems like. It takes a “coming out,” because people just assume you’re not, and even people who are cool with it still have questions.
In the interest of not turning this into a one-subject blog, today is the establishing post of what I’m calling Secular Sundays. This keeps the topic to a fixed, predictable, and, if you feel it necessary, avoidable schedule. (But c’mon, what are you afraid of?) Plus I admit I get a kick out of the thought that, on the day most people go to church to reinforce their fairy tale beliefs, I’m doing my small part to dismantle them.
For now, Secular Sundays will mostly be devoted to completing my promised analysis of The Case for a Creator. But once that’s done, or perhaps even interspersed with that, will be other posts on religious philosophy, theology, first amendment and freethought issues, and other related topics as they come up.
Hopefully one day a week will be enough.
Later today I’ll continue with Part 2 of the discussion of CFC Chapter Three, with Jonathan Wells’ evaluation of the Miller-Urey experiment.