Tag Archives: religion

Trumpism and Sheeple in the News

I am not the first to use the term Trumpism. Most use it in relation to Trumpisms–plural meaning the sayings of Donald Trump. There are many and even books and videos detailing them. Trumpism is also used to indicate a political movement: Trumpism. This usage compares it to either a philosophy (Darwinism) or a political […]

Reviews of Damnation by Probability

My new book, Damnation by Probability: 75 Billion in Hell and Counting is consistently in the top ten under Agnosticism on Amazon.com the first quarter of 2015. Reviews have been very favorable: New Approach, August 26, 2014 By Larry K “Lawrence C Koenig” This review is from: Damnation by Probability: 75 Billion in Hell and Counting (Kindle […]

Better Secularists, you bet

This post is in response to David Brooks’s article, Better Secularists, in the Feb 3 2015 NY Times. In the article he cites a statistics that about a fifth of all adults are atheist, agnostic or without religious affiliation. It’s a good start but where he shows his prejudice and parochial views is when he makes […]

Probulism a religion for the rest of us

Is now available on amazon.com I m Probulos

I M Probulos – 9 books in Amazon Agnostic Top 20 – Sep 22 2013

Someone is interested in my writing! My books are 1, 2, 4, 6, 13, 15, 18, 19 and 20. Some guy named Dawkins is number 3… Double click on the image to expand the size.

TOGE, The writing of

The Other God’s Earth: No Sin, No Death, No Evil: Part One: Introduction   This is the first chapter of a book that will explore the thought process behind an alternate universe. How does one even begin writing a story where there is no antagonist, no killing, and no hate? It is available on Amazon.com […]

Is hate necessary for love? Suffering necessary for joy?

These are just some of the many questions discussed in my book (Aug 2013), The Other God’s Earth: No Sin, No Death, No Evil: Part One: Introduction [Amazon Link $.99]. it is the first of a seven-book series. The central tenet of this alternate universe, where there is no sin, death or evil, is, of […]

Reasons why churchgoers are happier than those who do not.

Some research suggests that churchgoers are happier than those who do not. One is that there is no official or formal organization in most cities for non-church goers including atheists, agnostics and secular humanists. As more freethought societies form across the nation, I think the sense of community will be essentially the same. It is difficult […]