New blogs joining the Atheist Blogroll

I made a decision to restart the Atheist Blogroll and then got sick. I am just now digging out. These six blogs are the newest members of The Atheist Blogroll. Please play them a visit and welcome them to our community.

Fojap - Sex, politics, Religion and other subjects not for mixed company.

The Brilliance of Men - Exploring Antitheism, Atheism and terror management theory.

A Blister to My Eye - A week passed with an insufficient number of pages has been a blister to my eye - Anthony Trollope.

Tris Stock - soon to move to TrisStock.com.

Stroke my Frog - Cynicism, Commentary, Laughter, No Sacred Cows.

Atheos - Ideas on atheism, philosophy, skepticism and critical thinking deep in the hear of Brockville and the Thousand Islands

Would you want to join? It is easy. Here are the instructions

5 comments:

1minion said...

Tis 1minion from 1minionsopinion.wordpress.com: I was AWOL myself for a while but back into the blogging now. I kind of missed it. I don't know if I'm still listed on the blogroll.

MikeManea said...

Hi, my name is Mike and I am currently working on a book called, 'How to Debate Atheists.' I have completed the first three chapters and would appreciate any feedback.
http://mikemanea.com/unapologetics/how-to-debate-atheists/

MikeManea said...

Hi, my name is Mike and I am currently working on a book called, 'How to Debate Atheists.' I have completed the first three chapters and would appreciate any feedback.
http://mikemanea.com/unapologetics/how-to-debate-atheists/

Hasnain Mohammed said...

Islam demands from its followers to believe in God, the Creator of the Universe, but it does not advise them to base such a belief on the statement of any religious book or any authoritative words, not even the word of the Holy Qur'an or of the holy Prophet.

Our belief in a holy book, such as the Qur'an, or in a holy prophet, such as Mohammad, must be preceded by our belief in God. A religious book is holy because it is introduced by a man whom we consider a prophet. Prophethood is conceivable only if there is God, because a prophet is a messenger of God. Our belief in God, therefore, must come before our belief in a religious book or a prophet, not vice versa.

No religious book is believed by all people, and no prophet is universally recognized. Therefore, it would be futile to rely on an authoritative statement of a prophet or a holy book when dealing with an atheist who disclaims all heavenly revelations and denies the whole concept of God.

http://www.najaf.org/english/book/9/5.html

How could some of the scientists permit themselves to make a claim that would necessitate knowledge as extensive as the scheme of the universe, when their knowledge of the total scheme of being is close to zero, when confronted with a whole mass of unknowns concerning this very earth and tangible, lifeless matter, let alone the whole universe?

Do scientific discoveries and knowledge cause such a scientist to conclude that matter, unknowing and unperceiving, is his creator and that of all beings?

Some people regard matter as independent and imagine that it has itself gained this freedom and elaborated the laws that rule over it. But how can they believe that hydrogen and oxygen, electrons and protons, should first produce themselves, then be the source for all other beings, and finally decree the laws that regulate themselves and the rest of the material world?

What is called science by the science-worshippers of the present age and regarded by them as equivalent to the sum total of reality, is simply a collection of laws applicable to a single dimension of the world. The result of all human effort and experimentation is a body of knowledge concerning a minute bright dot comparable to the dim light of a candle-surrounded by a dark night enveloping a huge desert of indefinite extent.

http://www.al-islam.org/god-and-his-attributes-sayyid-mujtaba-musawi-lari/lesson-3-god-and-empirical-logic

Gwen said...

What an amazing list! You might wanna include the blog of the 93-year old Ms. Simone Klugman that centers on topics like religion, politics, culture and history. http://simoneklugman.com/