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Episode-10- Which Requires more “Faith” Atheism or Deism? — 12 Comments

  1. Heya! A couple subject recommendations for future episodes:

    * Deism and Unitarian Universalism, and Deism and Liberal Quakers (Friends General Conference).

    * A review of God’s Debris by Scott Adams (he released the book as a free PDF, too).

    * The World Deist Union (deism.com) and other Deistic ‘fellowship’.

    Thanks!

  2. Jack I really appreciate you putting these together. It’s almost spooky how you and I came to hold the same opinions about so many diverse things. Deism, permaculture, keto, preparedness. I look forward to attending one of your workshops and getting to know someone I am a little freaked is such a kindred spirit.

    You say there are no stories to support Deism but maybe there should be a place to record collected ‘experiences’ where people became comfortable with their belief system. One of my many interests is ultrarunning and after about 80 miles of running, I find enough of the conscious thought is stripped away to have some amazing experiences. Sure… It might have been low blood sugar lol… but still.. it doesn’t matter. Very difficult to explain to people who haven’t been there though. Still, some things should be said anyway.

  3. Will we be getting any more of these? I hope we do. There are still some topics of importance to Deism that I’d love to hear you explore with/for us.

  4. hey, I love listening to what u have to say… I volunteer to write for u if u need a writer for a website… I truly feel my perception is similar

  5. I think many atheists would be open to deism if they truly take the time to think about what is most probable when it comes to the existence of life on earth. For example, my lack of belief in god stems from my view on organized religion and a low probability that there is a man sitting on a cloud watching my every move trying to determine if I’ll go to heaven or hell. I actually believe there is a high probability that life exists due to a process of creation that we are yet unable to explain. I hope this makes sense.

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