Atheist Morality: Religious Doesn’t Equal Moral

Atheist Morality: Religious Doesn’t Equal Moral

What is atheist morality? Can morality exist without religion? Atheist morality is the idea that we don’t need God or religion to explain or dictate our morality. In fact, morality without religion is a natural part of the human experience and is more genuine and effective without religious guidelines. Read more about atheist morality and how morality can exist without religion.

The Categorical Imperative: How We Define Morals

The Categorical Imperative: How We Define Morals

What is the categorical imperative? What does it mean for religion and morality? The categorical imperative is the idea that individual moral principles should be judged on the basis of whether or not they would make sense as universal principles. This indicates that religion shouldn’t be the deciding factor about what is or isn’t moral. Read more about the categorical imperative below.

The God Hypothesis: God As a Scientific Theory

The God Hypothesis: God As a Scientific Theory

What is the god hypothesis? Is there any proof to support the idea that God is real? In his book The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins refers to belief in God as a hypothesis like any other, known as the God hypothesis. He also asks what proves this theory, and why we are willing to overlook proof when it comes to God. Read more about the god hypothesis and what it means.

Richard Dawkins: The God Delusion Hurts Society

Richard Dawkins: The God Delusion Hurts Society

What is Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion about? What are Dawkins’ views on religion? In Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion, he explains why God’s existence is unlikely and tackles several arguments about why religion is harmful. Dawkins claims religion is not only foolish but dangerous to society. Read more about Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion below.

Criticizing Religion Is Difficult and Important

Criticizing Religion Is Difficult and Important

Why is criticizing religion so difficult? Why do we respect religion and allow people to continue harmful practices? Criticizing religion is often considered a taboo. Richard Dawkins argues that we need to criticize religion more in order to have a healthy and intellectually sound society. Read more about why criticizing religion is important in a healthy society.

Where Did Religion Come From? Starts With Evolution

Where Did Religion Come From? Starts With Evolution

Where did religion come from? Is religion a natural part of human evolution, or something else? While we can’t specifically identify the answer to the question “where did religion come from” there are some clues. It also poses bigger questions about why we have religion, and whether it’s a necessary part of human life. Keep reading to find out the answer to the question “where did religion come from?”