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Category: Tomas Rees


“What you want, God wants” by Tomas Rees

The essay was originally published at Tomas Rees’  blog, Epiphenom: the science of religion and non-belief. Religious people tend to think that they know what their god wants, but how do they come by that knowledge? For me, as an atheist,…

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What’s the evidence that anxiety and insecurity turns people to religion?, by Tomas Rees

That’s a question that cropped up recently on the Non-religious and Secular Research Network discussion forum. After I finished composing my response, I thought to myself “That’s a ready-made blog post!”. So here, with a few additions and added explanations,…

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