• An Atheist teaches evangelism skills
    An Atheist teaches evangelism skills
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    Top Ten Tips For Evangelizing (From An Atheist).
    1. Be Like Jesus: Hang With The Sinners and Judge The Judgers
    2. Form Genuine Relationships With People, Don’t Treat Them As Projects.
    3. Actions Speak Louder Than Words.
    4. When Talking About Religious and Philosophical Matters, Ask More Questions And Do Less Preaching.
    5. Don’t Give Unsolicited Advice or Judgments. Support People and Wait For Them To Ask For Your Input If They Want It.

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  • The real roots of mental illness
    The real roots of mental illness
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    Psych Central

    But no matter how comfortable it is, no matter how much Warren, Venn, NAMI or Big Pharma, or anyone wants it to be THE cause, it’s not.

    The facts are clear: the majority of people in treatment for substance use have histories of childhood trauma. And as many as 90% of the people receiving care in the public system have histories of childhood trauma, most notably abuse and neglect. An even bigger truth is that there are lots of things in addition to abuse and neglect that overwhelm children-and parents – leading to what is frequently diagnosed as mental illness.

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  • Losing my [economic] religion?
    Losing my [economic] religion?
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    Business Insider

    The Pope Just Published One Of The Most Powerful Critiques Of Modern Capitalism That You Will Ever Read.

    …here a few lines that really stand out.

    On the importance of remembering those who are less fortunate: “We can only praise the steps being taken to improve people’s welfare in areas such as health care, education and communications. At the same time, we have to remember that the majority of our contemporaries are barely living from day to day, with dire consequences.”

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  • The need for two kinds of truth.
    The need for two kinds of truth.
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    Big Think

    I think it would diminish the hostilities, which are bad for our culture if more scientists were, in fact, willing to stand up and say that faith and science need not be in conflict because right now that’s a minority view that doesn’t get heard very much and it’s apparent to some people that we are having more of a cultural war – a war that seems to imply that some worldview needs to win and some world view needs to lose.

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  • The most sensible thing I have read all day.
    The most sensible thing I have read all day.
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    Andrew Sullivan

    Read the whole thing, but here are two quotes:

    [Francis] is great because he is everything. He is a man who wants to do things, wants to build, he founded an order and its rules, he is an itinerant and a missionary, a poet and a prophet, he is mystical. He found evil in himself and rooted it out. He loved nature, animals, the blade of grass on the lawn and the birds flying in the sky.

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  • The little people
    The little people
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    Richard Rohr

    The point that must be remembered is that most of political and church history has been controlled and written by people on the Right because they are normally the people in control. One of the few subversive texts in history, believe it or not, is the Bible.

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  • Why Freedom can’t be partial…
    Why Freedom can’t be partial…
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    Medical News Today

    “Our findings show that when individuals are forbidden from everyday objects, our minds and brains pay more attention to them,” says lead author Grace Truong, a graduate student in UBC's Dept. of Psychology.

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  • How to get rid of religion
    How to get rid of religion
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    Ok, first of all, I’m not going to live link to this guy — but here’s the source:


    It’s definitely worth a read — mostly because of how strikingly similar it is to the awarenesses Jesus had about what is so ugly about religion…

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