17th January 2017

 3:00 am

“While I respect the efforts of faith-driven individuals who carry out humanitarian work, I find nobler the similar efforts of those motivated solely by human compassion.”

Ian Quayle

15th January 2017

 3:00 am

“[The Bible] has noble poetry in it, and some good morals and a wealth of obscenity, and upwards of a thousand lies.”

Mark Twain1835 – 1910

14th January 2017

 3:00 am

“How many people does it take to form a religion? At what point does it change from a group of people with weird ideas to become a recognised religion with a set of beliefs which apparently the rest of us have to take seriously?”

Anon.

13th January 2017

 3:00 am

“While obsessing about our supposedly important civil liberties, we think nothing of trampling all over the basic rights of others, as long as we can attain our own ends. And while the omnipresent lust for power and control is obviously at play here, what is scarier is the drive that collective self-righteousness lends to this quest. Playing God in the lives of others has become an American value in its own right, whether the control is aimed at other genders, other countries, other sexual preferences, and so on.”

Hannah Shtein

12th January 2017

 3:00 am

“The atheist, as such, has no belief. To say he believes there is no God is inaccurate. He takes no position that there is a God because there is no proof, none, that God exists.”

Ambrose Bierce1842 – 1914