Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice – Dam Religion…

The real meaning when it is said that secular arguments can hold water, unlike their religious counterparts. 🙂   Maybe a touch hyperbolic, but on certain days, it feels like it Filed under: Religion Tagged: Arguments, Hold Water, Religion, The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice

Dead Wild Roses: Setting the Straw Arguments Against Feminism Ablaze

Popularity?  Posting “too much” on the feminism tag?  Do I give two shits?  Things don’t change if people don’t know about it, so off we go – a few things that feminism is actually fighting for.  Oh and go read the whole post on “If I Admit That “Hating Men” is a Thing, Will You ...

Dead Wild Roses: Setting the Straw Arguments Against Feminism Ablaze

Popularity?  Posting “too much” on the feminism tag?  Do I give two shits?  Things don’t change if people don’t know about it, so off we go – a few things that feminism is actually fighting for.  Oh and go read the whole post on “If I Admit That “Hating Men” is a Thing, Will You ...

Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – The Burden of Proof – Qualia Soup

QS tackles some debate basics, but makes the argument that our society is progressing to the state where we can challenge the claims of those who subscribe to the supernatural. Enjoy. Filed under: Education, Religion Tagged: Arguments, Qualia Soup, The Burden of Proof, The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice

Dead Wild Roses: The Shifting Sands of Evidence & Argument – Why Religious Arguments Fail to Persuade

This is a technical look at religious arguments, both for and against the way way in which religion describes our experience.  I suggest you skim the preview of  the paper for more understanding, but the video is an adequate primer for answering the following question – Are your beliefs, theistic or non-theist,ic causing you to ...