Debunking Religion

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Jacque Fresco - Spirituality and Consciousness
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"Positive thinking" as a modern-day capitalist religion
Sam Harris - The End of Faith
'Can the rest of us have our planet back ' by The Now Show, Marcus Brigstocke RichardDawkins net
Waiting for Jesus
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Christopher Hitchens on the Origin of Religion
Jacque Fresco - Religion
God's God
Lack of belief in gods
God Delusion by Richard Dawkins - Science vs. Religion
Phils Blog Of Neglect...: Arguments for Gods Existence Phils Blog Of Neglect...: Arguments for Gods Existence God is typically defined as a supernatural entity that is omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent. Its existence has been commonly debated over the centuries, consequently provoking a plethora of different arguments. A classic example is the ‘Teleological Argument’ the earliest account of which came from Cicero, a Roman orator when he stated “What could be more clear or obvious when we look up to the sky and contemplate the heavens, than that there is some divinity or superior intelligence?” An a posteriori, proponents conclude from observation that the existence of God is the only plausible explanation for the highly sophisticated design and purposiveness of the natural world.
Proofs for God Destroyed by a Philosophical Atheist
Sam Harris destroys theistic arguments
Introductory note: Russell delivered this lecture on March 6, 1927 to the National Secular Society, South London Branch, at Battersea Town Hall. Published in pamphlet form in that same year, the essay subsequently achieved new fame with Paul Edwards' edition of Russell's book, Why I Am Not a Christian and Other Essays ... (1957). As your Chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is "Why I Am Not a Christian." Perhaps it would be as well, first of all, to try to make out what one means by the word Christian. It is used these days in a very loose sense by a great many people. Some people mean no more by it than a person who attempts to live a good life. Why I Am Not A Christian, by Bertrand Russell Why I Am Not A Christian, by Bertrand Russell
Conceptions of God: The Ontological Argument
Cosmological argument Cosmological argument The argument from first cause, also referred to as the cosmological argument for God, says that for logical reasons the universe must have a cause, and that this first cause is God. [edit] Argument structure The argument from first cause proceeds as follows. Everything that comes into being must have a cause. This is determined from both observation and the logic behind causality. Everything that is observed in the universe has some form of cause behind it and this forms the basis of conservation of momentum and energy.
The Ontological Argument Sucks
Arguments For God: The Cosmological Argument
The agnostic believer » Alethian Worldview Those who sincerely attempt to reconcile Christianity with fact and reason eventually discover, if they persist, that the Gospel is not consistent with unbiased objective truth, as I can testify from personal experience. The unfortunate believer who encounters this problem has a couple of choices. One choice—the choice I made—would be to allow the true facts of reality to lead me out of the ignorant and superstitious traditions of Bible and Church. The agnostic believer » Alethian Worldview
The Case Against Christianity
Atheists Just Want to Sin
Skeptic's Annotated Bible / Quran / Book of Mormon
Why Christianity is Impossible to Believe (Christopher Hitchens)
Reason in Motion - Dawkins Typography
Sam Harris - Not Being Indoctrinated Into Christianity
The God--Jesus Who Wasn't There [Full Film].flv
David Fitzgerald Skepticon 3 "Examining the Existence of a Historical Jesus"
The Existence of Jesus - Christopher Hitchens
The Jesus Story Is Best Explained as a Myth
There's lots of evidence for Jesus!
Gullible is not in the Dictionary
The Most Wrong Anyone Ever Was
Social Suicide
(23 minutes) "This is how I discovered truth. My name is Chris and I'm an Ex Mormon."
Five Stupid Things About Joseph Smith
A new exposé of Mother Teresa shows that she—and the Vatican—were even worse than we thought A new exposé of Mother Teresa shows that she—and the Vatican—were even worse than we thought First Christopher Hitchens took her down, then we learned that her faith wasn’t as strong as we thought, and now a new study from the Université de Montréal is poised to completely destroy what shreds are left of Mother Teresa’s reputation. She was the winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize, was beatified and is well on her way to becoming a saint, and she’s universally admired. As Wikipedia notes: [She was] named 18 times in the yearly Gallup’s most admired man and woman poll as one of the ten women around the world that Americans admired most.
The Complete and Utter Ridiculousness of Traditional Monotheism and the God of Abraham
'Atheist' Nations Are More Peaceful
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Morality 1: Good without gods
Council for Secular Humanism
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Phils Blog Of Neglect...: David Humes View On Miracles Believers and sceptics’ alike need a form of criteria in order declare something a miracle. According to Hume a ‘miracle’ is an anomalous event caused “by a particular volition of the Deity, or by the interposition of some invisible agent.” Hume also proposes that if such an event were to occur, it would have an apparent interference in the ‘laws of nature’ which he described as being “established by firm and unalterable experience.” Phils Blog Of Neglect...: David Humes View On Miracles
It *could* just be coincidence
Derren Brown: The System
Proving Atheism Is True
Putting faith in its place
Richard Dawkins' Pope Speech [mirror]
George Carlin - The Ten Commandments Broken Down
Shockofgod's Moronic Question Answered...YET AGAIN -The Atheist Experience 734
Why I Speak Out Against Fundamentalism
The West Wing - Biblical Arguments
Christopher Hitchens Hitch-Slaps Tony Blair
Religion Does No Harm, Bill Maher reflects
Sam Harris Makes An Excellent Analogy For Religion
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Aggressive atheism
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The Internet: Where religions come to die
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Double Standard
Penn Jillette: Why Tolerance Is Condescending
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World’s most dangerous religion: Atheists face worldwide persecution – report
Top Ten Creationist Arguments
Creationism and the Second Law
Creationism and political power in Northern Ireland In 1892, the Rev Canon Alfred Barry gave a series of lectures at Oxford University reflecting on the relationship between faith and science. Referring to the debate about the origin of and evolution of life, he noted that: Few men, I suppose, now doubt that the mutability of allied species, once considered as fixed and unchangeable, has been substantially proved...No one, again, seriously doubts that in this development the process which Darwin termed Natural Selection is one potent factor. When Charles Darwin first outlined his theory, in 1859's Origin of Species, some Christians objected to the lack of divine guidance in the scheme.
What Bill O'Reilly Doesn't Know
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Destroys Bill O'Reilly
Evolution - The 'Best' Counter Arguments
Bill Hicks - Christians Fundamentalists Creationists Bush
Evolution Vs. God - An Atheist Review
"Why Are There Still Apes?"
"It All Comes Down to Faith" (Part 1)
"It All Comes Down to Faith" (Part 2)
The Watchmaker And Other Creationist Arguments
Argument from design
Creationism - Penn & Teller Bullshit!
Ray Comfort Interview On Atheist Experience
Creationist Cowards Diss Darwin
Cameron and Comfort dissing Darwin
Darwin Was A Racist?
Notable Charles Darwin misquotes
Darwin and eugenics? Wrong again « Millard Fillmore's Bathtub