Epicurus (341–270 B.C.)

Epicurus was an Athenian philosopher, who taught his theories in a school called The Garden. He believed in Metaphysics which is the belief that our bodies are in motion and nothing comes into existence from what does not exist. He believed that the universe had no beginning, and that it will therefore have no end. … More Epicurus (341–270 B.C.)

Bible Breakdown

Christianity and Catholicism use the whole bible, where as Judaism uses the first five books. The first five books of the bible are called the Torah in Judaism. Overall the bible is broken down into the old testament and the new testament. The old testament explains creation, the fall of humanity and life post fall. … More Bible Breakdown

Good or Bad?

Many argue around the idea of religion being good or bad. Some would argue that it creates conflict and war. With 4,200 different beliefs in the world, no conflict in disagreement would be a utopian novel. There are some religions whose moral code does not match with societies standards of right and wrong. Their actions … More Good or Bad?

3500 BC

There are currently 4,200 active religions in the world. It is a great mystery to how that many were able to develop over time, and why. To understand where we are now, we must look back to gain context. In the year 3500 BC, the Sumerian civilization was active. Historians found traces of religion on … More 3500 BC

Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand was an American philosopher  alive from 1905-1982. She is the creator of objectivism, which is the belief  that…”holding that the universe is open to human achievement and happiness and that each person has within him the ability to live a rich, fulfilling, independent life.” Taking into consideration that each person has a limit … More Ayn Rand