Archive for July, 2007
IOT: Pain, Fear, and Awe: The Human Motivations Toward Religion

IOT: Pain, Fear, and Awe: The Human Motivations Toward Religion

July 11th, 2007 / Critical Thought, Religion / Comments Off on IOT: Pain, Fear, and Awe: The Human Motivations Toward Religion

Independence of Thought series: Part 3: Pain, Fear, and Awe: The Human Motivations Toward Religion Now lets examine what factors form the primary human motivations toward religion: ...

Iran says man stoned to death for adultery

July 10th, 2007 / Newswire, Religion Inspired Murders / Comments Off on Iran says man stoned to death for adultery

Iran said on Tuesday that a man convicted of adultery had been stoned to death in a village in northwestern Iran, the first time it has confirmed such an execution ...

Rock Against Religion

July 9th, 2007 / Atheism, Music, Newswire / 7 comments

Hundreds of music-lovers descended on one of the capital's tiniest suburbs at the weekend in support of an anti-religious rock concert. The 7-7-7 Rock Against Religion gig ...

Questioning Whether Islam Is Religion of Peace

July 9th, 2007 / Current Affairs, Newswire, Religion / Comments Off on Questioning Whether Islam Is Religion of Peace

Reasonable Muslims now agree that when a religion veers so far off course, it loses immunity to inquisition. "We ought to go through very serious questioning and soul-searching," a founder ...
IOT: Approaches to Interpreting Religious Behavior

IOT: Approaches to Interpreting Religious Behavior

July 6th, 2007 / Critical Thought, Religion / Comments Off on IOT: Approaches to Interpreting Religious Behavior

Independence of Thought series: Part 2: Approaches to Interpreting Religious Behavior Religion has been one of the primary sources of questions asked in the human search for ...

Humans accused of greed for solar energy

July 3rd, 2007 / Energy Transition, Newswire / Comments Off on Humans accused of greed for solar energy

An agriculture professor at the University of Melbourne, Snow Barlow, said the paper showed humans were taking up too much of an important natural resource. "Here we ...