Skepticism

ICYMI: November 25 – December 1 on the Skepchick Network

Hello Skepchick readers! How are you doing on this lovely Monday morning? I stubbed my toe, so I’ve been better. Anyhoo, here’s what happened last week on the Skepchick Network.

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Quickies

Skepchick Quickies 9.13

Well lucky for all of us, Amanda is off saving the world again with her sidekick baby sloth. So, I’ll be serving up this morning’s quickies! Editorial suggests that health …

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Skepticism

ICYMI: July 22-July 28 on the Skepchick Network

You guys, I have Olympic Fever! It’s time every four years when I pretend to care about cycling and beach volleyball! Go team! Score all the sports points! Insert otherwise …

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Quickies

Skepchick Quickies 7.2

Good morn… errrr, afternoon folks in the Skepchick-verse. Hey, you all know I’m an astronomer, right? I am belatedly taking over the Quickies for a bit while Mary goes off …

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Religion

Ask Surly Amy and Heina: Ex Conservative Muslim

Dear Surly Amy, I come from a conservative Muslim family. I married into a conservative Muslim family and now have 4 beautiful children. I’ve always been a critical thinker, and …

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Skepticism

“Where Will You Spend Eternity?”: My Experience with Religion at the Doctor’s Office

Evangelical Christians have a phenomenon known as the Conversion Story, and these stories are used to illustrate how one used to live an empty life of sin before they prayed …

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Religion

Atheists Caused Religion!

Okay, so that was a slightly hyperbolic title, but its inspiration is suitably fascinating: Massimo Pigliucci reports today on a recent study suggesting that religion spread through human societies thanks …

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Skepticism

Gift from God? I’d rather have the cash.

This woman is refusing to abort her conjoined twins because of her strict religious (Catholic) beliefs. The twins have two heads and one body (yeah, quite a thought) and have …

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