List of blogs/bloggers I follow because I like them very much

1) (by Tom Rees)

2) (by Valerie Tarico)

3) (by Rosa Rubicondior)

4) (by Anonymous Blogger)

5) (by Cris Campbell)

6) (by Chris Kavanagh)

7) (by Connor Wood)

8) (by Jerry Coyne)

9) (by PZ Myers)

10) (by Steven Novella)

11) (by Sharon Hill)

12) (by Neuroskeptic)

13) (by Michael Shermer)

14) (by Roger Viklund)

15) (by various bloggers)

16) (by Neil Godfrey)

Do you think I’d follow even more blogs on religion, neuroscience, brain, consciousness and so on? Why not tell me what blogs are your favorites?

(To be continued)


Filed under Atheism, Blogs I follow, Brain, Consciousness, Evolution, Genetics, Jesus, Neuroscience, Religion, Science, Theological bullshit, Woo

6 responses to “List of blogs/bloggers I follow because I like them very much

  1. i wonder if my blog would make it on to your awesome list 🙂

  2. I try to follow blogs that sometimes go into the uncomfortable zone. Having an anxiety disorder, a good blog about cooking or knitting can take my mind off my mind.

    I also follow a few progressive Christian blogs – Kurt Wiilems, Benjamin L. Corey, and Nadia Bolz-Weber

    Classical music, writing, and medieval history blogs abound on my list: MikeBisBlog, Nicholas C. Ross is

    Oh, there are so many I like and want to like. It is just a great way to communicate!

  3. I think you follow mine too. Your blog is a nice one, by the way.

    • Yes I do. A blog with the blasphemous title “Refuting God” is absolutely worth following. And I must say that you provide some very good arguments against the silly belief that the imaginary friend in Heaven is real.

      BTW, have you heard of a blogger called Thomas Swan? I think you’ll like him very much. Why not have a look at this article, ? How on earth can a God like the one we read about in the Old Testament be called merciful, caring and loving?

      And how about that same God’s knowledge of genetics? Here’s an example from Genesis chapter 30:25-43 (especially verses 37-43:

      Jacob’s Prosperity (the English Standard Version):

      25 As soon as Rachel had borne Joseph, Jacob said to Laban, “Send me away, that I may go to my own home and country. 26 Give me my wives and my children for whom I have served you, that I may go, for you know the service that I have given you.”

      27 But Laban said to him, “If I have found favor in your sight, I have learned by divination that[k] the Lord has blessed me because of you. 28 Name your wages, and I will give it.” 29 Jacob said to him, “You yourself know how I have served you, and how your livestock has fared with me. 30 For you had little before I came, and it has increased abundantly, and the Lord has blessed you wherever I turned. But now when shall I provide for my own household also?”

      31 He said, “What shall I give you?” Jacob said, “You shall not give me anything. If you will do this for me, I will again pasture your flock and keep it: 32 let me pass through all your flock today, removing from it every speckled and spotted sheep and every black lamb, and the spotted and speckled among the goats, and they shall be my wages. 33 So my honesty will answer for me later, when you come to look into my wages with you. Every one that is not speckled and spotted among the goats and black among the lambs, if found with me, shall be counted stolen.”

      34 Laban said, “Good! Let it be as you have said.” 35 But that day Laban removed the male goats that were striped and spotted, and all the female goats that were speckled and spotted, every one that had white on it, and every lamb that was black, and put them in the charge of his sons. 36 And he set a distance of three days’ journey between himself and Jacob, and Jacob pastured the rest of Laban’s flock.

      37 Then Jacob took fresh sticks of poplar and almond and plane trees, and peeled white streaks in them, exposing the white of the sticks. 38 He set the sticks that he had peeled in front of the flocks in the troughs, that is, the watering places, where the flocks came to drink. And since they bred when they came to drink, 39 the flocks bred in front of the sticks and so the flocks brought forth striped, speckled, and spotted.

      40 And Jacob separated the lambs and set the faces of the flocks toward the striped and all the black in the flock of Laban. He put his own droves apart and did not put them with Laban’s flock. 41 Whenever the stronger of the flock were breeding, Jacob would lay the sticks in the troughs before the eyes of the flock, that they might breed among the sticks, 42 but for the feebler of the flock he would not lay them there. So the feebler would be Laban’s, and the stronger Jacob’s. 43 Thus the man increased greatly and had large flocks, female servants and male servants, and camels and donkeys.

      Seemingly our omniscient God can never have heard of Gregor Mendel (see for example ).

      Now I can hear some God believers (a.k.a. true believers) shout, “Hey, Gregor Mendel was born long after Jacob’s genetic experiment with goats and sheep, so why should Jacob know about modern genetics? Correct (in a way)! But all the words in the Bible are inspired by God Almighty, you know. And what’s more, according to the Holy Scripture God knows today (and knew yesterday) what will happen tomorrow (i.e. in the future). His creation plan is utterly predictable and deterministic. In Psalm 139:15-16 we can read (in the English Standard Version),

      15 My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven in the depths of the earth. 16 Your eyes saw my unformed substance; in your book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them.

      Enough said. 🙂

      • I am a new member of the blogging world. It is very nice to get the knowledge of some of the famous bloggers and interacting with them 🙂

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