Archive for the ‘religion’ Category

What If I Told You That Jesus DIDN’T Die For Your Sins?

Posted: 3rd January 2018 by Robyn Jane in History, Hope, religion
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Yes, yes, I know…this is supposed to be a religion-free zone. But in the United States, the state and religion are also supposed to be separated, and they’re not. So this post is going to be a potpourri of observations I’ve made over the course of my life, and how I ended up an atheist. […]

On Gods, Goddesses, and a Unifying Force

Posted: 25th July 2016 by Robyn Jane in hypocrisy, philosophy, religion

“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things” (Bible, 1 Corinthians 13, King James Version). I was raised in a Christian household. Indeed, my father was a Lutheran minister, an Air Force […]

Matthew 25:40

Posted: 24th March 2016 by Robyn Jane in Atheism, homophobia, hypocrisy, religion

The latest battle in the war being waged against gays, lesbians, trans folk and other gender-variant people is being fought in the name of Jesus. The fact that so many states in the Bible Belt are passing laws which make it legal to discriminate and practice other forms of hatred in the name of religious […]

  I’ve Rejected Christianity But it’s not just Christianity; I no longer profess any religion. Not the one I was brought up in, nor any of the others I’ve tried over the 65 years of my life. Becoming an atheist wasn’t anything I decided to do; rather it was a gradual recognition that the word […]

We’re All Natural-Born Atheists

Posted: 18th January 2016 by Robyn Jane in Atheism, religion

More than any other topic, atheism gets me into trouble with some of my readers. And I have no doubt that this post’s title already has a few of you up in arms. But before you parade with rakes and picks through the village, hunting me down like some 21st century Frankenstein’s monster, allow me […]