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<blockquote>The more scientifically literate, intellectually honest and objectively sceptical a person is, the more likely they are to disbelieve in anything supernatural, including god. This is a compilation of some such individuals with their thoughts on the divine. <ref name=Boreme>[http://www.boreme.com/posting.php?id=32133 Rationalism breeds atheism]</ref></blockquote>
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<blockquote>The more scientifically literate, intellectually honest and objectively sceptical a person is, the more likely they are to disbelieve in anything supernatural, including [[god]]. <ref name=Boreme>[http://www.boreme.com/posting.php?id=32133 Rationalism breeds atheism]</ref></blockquote>
   
 
<blockquote>Faith is the ability to believe that something is true, not only in the absence of supporting evidence but in the face of an overwhelming body of evidence that it is false. Religious faith is held by its adherents to be the essence of righteousness and is completely unassailable by reason. In any other context, an unshakable belief in a fantasy is a defining symptom of insanity. <ref name=Boreme/></blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Faith is the ability to believe that something is true, not only in the absence of supporting evidence but in the face of an overwhelming body of evidence that it is false. Religious faith is held by its adherents to be the essence of righteousness and is completely unassailable by reason. In any other context, an unshakable belief in a fantasy is a defining symptom of insanity. <ref name=Boreme/></blockquote>

Latest revision as of 06:21, 25 January 2014

Very many, possibly most liberals have some religious faith, and there are Conservative atheists. We're liberal Freethinkers on this website, and we like getting together with others who agree with us.

The more scientifically literate, intellectually honest and objectively sceptical a person is, the more likely they are to disbelieve in anything supernatural, including god. [1]

Faith is the ability to believe that something is true, not only in the absence of supporting evidence but in the face of an overwhelming body of evidence that it is false. Religious faith is held by its adherents to be the essence of righteousness and is completely unassailable by reason. In any other context, an unshakable belief in a fantasy is a defining symptom of insanity. [1]

Rationalism is basically about thinking rationally (you guessed that didn't you). Rationalism is also about following reason and the Scientific method. Rationalists avoid Faith based belief systems because faith is not based on empirical, scientific evidence.

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