Monday, October 29, 2007

The psychology of atheism

We've all heard of Signumd Freud's idea of how man creates a god in his own image to satisfy deep psychological needs. Mike Adams turns this on its head and provides a look into the possible psychological motives of some atheists (hmmm, I wonder if it also explains the psychological motives of some of the more irrational and angry responses to this blog :-)

6 comments:

Robert said...

Fascinating article but far too short to delve into the subject with any really substance. Perhaps this is something he should write an essay on.

professor ed said...

The following link might, in some ways, attach itself relvelently to this discussion:
http://www.onenewsnow.com/2007/10/perspectives_does_the_golden_c.php

Dennis said...

Ed, when I tried the link I got "page not found."

professor ed said...

Sorry, try the following:
http://www.onenewsnow.com/2007/10/perspectives_does_the_golden_c.php

Robert said...

Ed -

You'll need to make it a hyperlink. The space available for comments doesn't really allow us to see the whole link.

Dennis said...

Ed, I found it. Excellent artticle. I plan to discuss part of it in class next week.

Lets see if this link comes through

http://www.onenewsnow.com/2007/10/
perspectives_does_the_golden_c.php