Hello new and old followers,
Just wanted to say hi and welcome you to the Club. This is where I natter about things that I like or find interesting. It can range from home brewing to art to politics to religion and everywhere else. If you want to avoid the sturm und drang posts about politics and religion, don’t read any titled “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation”.
You can find more about your host in “The Boss’s Office” section at the top right.
Share your recipes! I have recipes all through the blog. I collected some here.
I’m an atheist so if you are a theist following me for whatever reason, feel free to ask questions. I do wonder why you follow an atheist’s blog, so feel free to tell me. I’ve been debating theists for a couple of decades now.
The search function works fairly well for the blog, so you can see if I’ve addressed something before.
I have pretty liberal commenting policies here. Basically, don’t waste time using pointless cursing or personal attacks. I do ask that if you make promises to provide information about your claims, that you actually do so. If you just vanish mid-discussion, there is little reason to believe that you had any information in the first place. I reserve the right to ridicule someone over that.
That’s about it. Wander around the place, see how I do things, and make yourselves comfortable.
14 thoughts on “What the Boss Likes – welcome new followers”
Long time listener, first time caller…. 🙂
and all time instigator 😉
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And you’re not 😉
old timers dropping bye
hello my friends!
You are such a wonderful host, always saying welcome to new visitors.
Has any believer tried to explain why they follow the boss
Thanks for saying that. I always think that folks should be recognized for taking the time to subscribe.
No new folks have yet tried to explain why they follow. Someone, Which God Saves, has posted in comments that they would address my points about free will and Romans 9 on their blog but it seems that this has not happened yet. I’ve also been discussing stuff with Soul Device (which I believe I found on your post about Pascal’s Wager), and have discovered that SD is quite the Sophisticated Theologian, who wants to call his god non-empirical while claiming he has empirical evidence for it. I’ll see how that pans out 🙂
SD is an interesting fellow.
When the theist addresses free will, let me know
I think I may have scared him off. and I didn’t even offer him the altar test yet! 🙂
They scamper to safety so fast