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Religion lies about women

It is time women everywhere woke up to the truth of what religion does to them.

By Paula Kirby  | Apr 13, 2011 3:58 PM  | COMMENTS (0)

Secular rituals the honest choice

While England’s population is indeed increasingly secular, its constitution is not. The Church of England is enshrined in its national life as its established religion

By Paula Kirby  | Apr 29, 2011 4:41 AM  | COMMENTS (0)

Rick Perry and the scandal of prayer

There is no magic friend. There is only us. We are not perfect, we are not all-powerful, we are not infallible; but we are all we have.

By Paula Kirby  | Aug 11, 2011 5:38 PM  | COMMENTS (0)

Spirituality: It’s only human!

The believers’ habit of passing off ‘emotional and psychological well-being’ under the label of ‘spirituality’ is an attempt to claim this kind of well-being as, at heart, a religious phenomenon.

By Paula Kirby  | Aug 17, 2011 3:59 PM  | COMMENTS (0)

Evolution threatens Christianity

There was no Adam and no Eve. No Adam and Eve: no fall. No fall: no need for redemption.

By Paula Kirby  | Aug 24, 2011 3:26 PM  | COMMENTS (0)

‘How do atheists find meaning in life?’

Life cannot be meaningless so long as we have the capacity to affect the well-being of ourselves and others.

By Paula Kirby  | Jan 18, 2012 12:53 PM  | COMMENTS (0)