Toward a Better Understanding of MBTI’s Thinking and Feeling

Originally posted on CounterNarration:
If we’re gonna talk about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), then we ought to be sure we’re clear on what each preference means.  And there’s one that’s misrepresented more often than not—not because it’s hard to understand, but because of cultural baggage.  This is the TF preference, which pits “Thinkers” (T)…

Apologetics 101: Lesson 4 — The Closet Atheist

If you’ve been following my rather tumultuous experience being an “undercover” atheist taking Apologetics 101, then you’ll know it’s been a rough ride. My professor tends to teach his opinions as facts, make up completely unfounded statistics, and give a lot of plain wrong or illogical information. You know, something like this: via Apologetics 101: Lesson…

Twitter Friendly; a Man After My Own Heart

Earlier today I found this. It’s not an argument for God in any capacity, but simply important to the defence of my worldview. Dr. Tavis Dickenson can be found here.

The unofficially religious

Originally posted on How did you find out that Santa…:
I’ve recently attended a Catholic funeral. At one stage the priest said that the deceased wasn’t really dead. That was the point at which my suspension of disbelief painfully broke down. I have respect for both religious people and atheists. The likes of Ricky Gervais…