The Question of “God”

There is a part of me that always erupts when I encounter religious discrimination. I have met two or three disrespectful and chauvinistic individuals throughout my life–and thank goodness our dealings with each other ended as soon as I expressed my disinterest regarding to becoming a convert of their religion. Imagine if you have to … More The Question of “God”

Too much of an idealist

No, I don’t think I will ever be able to stand dogma, bigotry, or chauvinism. Every time I hear about religions persecuting homosexuality, every time I encounter somebody blatantly misogynist, every time I come in contact with variations of some kind of supremacist crap, I am slightly angry at the world, and my heart bleeds a … More Too much of an idealist

Must we be religious?

While this post might end up to be another preachy-sounding heap (since I always seem to conclude my posts with the message–“keep an open mind and keep learning”), I still feel the need to write about it. I’m just going to put that out there. I’m sick and tired of people trying to convert me. … More Must we be religious?

Religious vs Atheist: The Existence of God

  Personally, I think there’s nothing wrong with either position. Just like sexual orientation, your religious affiliations do not represent, define, or dictate who you are as a person. You actions and choices do, simple as that. You don’t have to believe in God, but you can still believe in what God stands for–which is goodness, … More Religious vs Atheist: The Existence of God

Homosexuality vs Religious Bigotry

***NOTE: I have changed the original title “Homosexuality vs Religious Bullshit” to the current one. To be fair, I have nothing against religions or religious people–just people with a skewed religious views.*** I honestly don’t understand why religions persecute homosexuality. I honestly don’t. And the ridiculous reasons they use!! I just saw this comment on Youtube about … More Homosexuality vs Religious Bigotry

Bending God: Part I

So I’m reading “Bending God: A Memoir” by Eric Robison. 1. To be honest the narrative/autobiographical portion of the book isn’t all that interesting. I find my self reading one “Hey what’s up, man? Hey What’s up?” scene after another. It’s a little bit unnecessarily detailed and unengaging, because you get lost in the narrator’s meticulously … More Bending God: Part I