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Atheist Life Hacks: How To Be Wrong About Canadian History

Canadian history

As a kid in Canada, every school year meant another unit on Louis Riel and another on the Hudson’s Bay Company. All of us know these stories by heart, because this is what Canadian history meant to the school board. We’d speed through our own history in a fortnight and get back to the serious

Why I Could Never Be: Anglican

Church of England

I was over on Challies.com the other day, sifting through the Jeeby drivel, when I noticed a post by Tim Challies called, “Why I am not…“. I quickly put down my grape Nehi, clicked the link and I was all, “now, hold on just one god dang minute!” The post was outlining a series Tim

On The Genocidal “Atheistic” Regimes Of The 20th Century

Joseph Stalin

There was a serial killer here in BC when I was a teen. Robert Pickton. He slaughtered prostitutes by the dozen. Some estimate his victim tally to be well over 100 women. He went largely unnoticed for many years, out on his pig farm in Port Coquitlam, allowing him free reign to kill. It went on

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Every Atheist Needs: The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game

I really loathe movies these days. If they’re not a part of some franchise, as the 32nd remake of the original remake of the sequel, then they’re a sequel or a remake or some artsy film with no plot, Patricia Arquette and whole lot of drunk, loser husbands. Whenever Godless Dad says, “hey, let’s watch