Tag Archives: doubt

Thoughts for Doubting Believers

So you’ve had a doubt or two. Or three. Take a deep breath, and let’s talk.

The Will to Doubt: Bertrand Russell on Free Thought and Our Only Effective Self-Defense Against Propaganda

“The protection of minorities is vitally important; and even the most orthodox of us may find himself in a minority some day, so that we all have an interest in restraining the tyranny of majorities.”

Humanism, Doubt, and Optimism – TheHumanist.com

LAWRENCE KRAUSS has had an extensive and impressive career in theoretical physics. He received undergraduate degrees in mathematics and physics at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, his PhD in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and he has taught at Yale and Case Western Reserve University. Krauss is currently Foundation Professor in the School […]

184-I-DOUBT-IT: ‘The Hotline Project’ Launches To Help Those Struggling Between Faith And Atheism

(RNS) A new crisis hotline for those struggling between faith and atheism launched Friday (Feb. 27).

Called “The Hotline Project,” the 24-hour free service will match volunteers with people who are considering leaving religion. It is a…

Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science? – National Geographic Magazine

We live in an age when all manner of scientific knowledge–from climate change to vaccinations–faces furious opposition. Some even have doubts about the moon landing.