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As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris

“Embracing what is,” a four-part series:
• As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris
Belief: The unforgivable sin
Rationalism cannot save us.
Hell has an exit.

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khoisan
The Khoisan have never left the Stone Age. Neither have we.

(I’m not happy with this audio, and will replace it in due course.)

This is the first installment in an anticipated four-part series for which the working title is, “Embracing what is.”

The title for this first installment could be, “As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris.”

It’s gluten-free.

All it needs now is an appearance on Dr. Oz.

How can any trendy, with-it person fail to be atheist?

Of the inertial prevalence of belief, Steve Siebold says, “This wouldn’t be surprising 2,000 or even 200 years ago, but in 2014 it’s almost unbelievable.”

Continue reading As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris

* As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris

“Embracing what is,” a four-part series:
• As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris
Belief: The unforgivable sin
Rationalism cannot save us.
Hell has an exit.

———— ♦ ————

khoisan
The Khoisan have never left the Stone Age. Neither have we.

(I’m not happy with this audio, and will replace it in due course.)

This is the first installment in an anticipated four-part series for which the working title is, “Embracing what is.”

The title for this first installment could be, “As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris.”

It’s gluten-free.

All it needs now is an appearance on Dr. Oz.

How can any trendy, with-it person fail to be atheist?

Of the inertial prevalence of belief, Steve Siebold says, “This wouldn’t be surprising 2,000 or even 200 years ago, but in 2014 it’s almost unbelievable.”

Continue reading * As seen on TV: The new, improved hubris