Monday, June 27, 2005
Jason Kuznicki has assembled a wonderful collection of areligious blogging, including PZ Myers' fantastic satire, "Escape from the Planet of the Hats" (which ignores, because no satire is perfect, the fact that hats are sometimes quite useful, even essential) and Steve Pavlina's wonderfully backwards conversion narrative in which, among many other things, he observes "By their words I hear that most Americans are Christian. By their actions I see that most aren’t. ... Congruency is clarity. When you get clear about what you truly believe about reality by observing your actions and admitting the deepest, darkest truths to yourself that you never wanted to face, you’ll set yourself on a path of growth that will put all your earlier accomplishments to shame." Almost sounds like he's starting his own religion, but as long as there aren't Gods involved, I guess the atheists are ok with it.