Questionable Motives

Motive

Questionable Motives is a site dedicated to providing intelligent commentary based on reason about important topics. In particular, the administrator is critical about the effects that unwarranted and poorly justified beliefs have on the rights, dignity, and health of people. Vigorous debate and counter views about the articles and ideas presented here are welcome as long as civility towards the various authors is maintained.

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  1. I completely understand the need for anonymity. It is a sad truth that people of religion, especially Christians whose faith espouse acceptance and forgiveness, are so intolerant that they would threaten the life of someone who disagrees with them.

    Keep the Faith! I mean, keep doing what you’re doing!

    All of you.

    Comment by Trick Brown — December 21, 2011 @ 2:45 pm | Reply

    • It goes a bit deeper than that. The public sector is extraordinarily sensitive to controversy and I’ve paid a price for that. Having been stalked, I can assure you that crazytown has room for all kinds fanatics. And death threats and violence from those who think they defend islam is not fair to impose by association on friends and family. Hence, the anonymity.

      Comment by tildeb — December 21, 2011 @ 3:35 pm | Reply

  2. Thought provoking blog worthy following. I have not met a self-claiming New Atheist and I am honored to come across your thoughts. I enjoy and am always keeping learning from worldviews that are unlike me.

    Comment by Prayson Daniel — June 20, 2013 @ 1:56 pm | Reply

    • Well, PD, I suspect we have a lot more in common than differences. As for differing ‘worldviews’ I also suspect we share the same reality but describe it differently. My motives are quite simple: I am dedicated to finding out and respecting what’s true about it to the very best of my abilities. Where we might differ is respecting its role to arbitrate these descriptions.

      Comment by tildeb — June 21, 2013 @ 10:50 pm | Reply


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