Religion has a history of enforcing conformity of thought. During the Inquisition, people were arrested, tortured, and killed for the so-called crime of heresy. In many Muslim countries today, people are being killed for being Christians or atheists. In its most basic form, freethought is a rejection of this tyranny of the mind. As Chapman Cohen puts it …
This post is for a video I made in 2011. I actually got answers from someone today, and I realized it would help to have a list of the questions asked in the video for my own reference, if nothing else. It may also prove useful to someone answering the questions.
Last updated: Monday, January 16, 2017I’ve put this one off much too long. If I don’t write it now, I won’t get it in for March. At least, writing it on the last day of March, I can comment on some titles more. First, here are the titles I bought this month: Health K2 is … [Read more…]
I have combed through more than 1,100 monthly Kindle deals for January, 2016 to come up with a small set of books that seem worth checking out. Check out the list before the month ends.