HOODIE TAILS: The Adventures Of The Secular Web Kids

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  • Information Literacy

    Topics covered:-Placing trust wisely-Why we fall for misinformation-Understanding our feeds-Filter bubbles & echo chambers-Fact checking-Lateral searching Check out this informative article on information literacy: From the article: see the rest of article: Don’t Be Fooled… Fact Check!

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  • If God Has Already Planned The Whole Thing Out And Seen It All …

  • Is God A Bully?

    Maybe a better question is how is God not a bully, lol?

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  • The Power of Lead

    God doesn’t have a where or when, so in what sense is He (and how is he a He?) What kind are you? Grandpa Anamensis

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  • Isn’t It Better To Believe Just In Case?

  • EVOLUTION: Tiktaalik

    You may know we evolved from apes, but did you know even earlier we came from sea creatures? “Evolution is wonderful. Here’s the incredible walking fish, Tiktaalik, – part of the fins-to-limbs story showing how aquatic vertebrates transitioned to becoming walking, air-breathing land animals. (Prof Alice Roberts).”

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  • Prayer

    If God knows everything, why do you have to remind him you need help?

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  • Philosophy for Kids: What is Time?

    Physicist Carlo Rovelli explains that when traditional physics begins by describing the motion of a swinging pendulum while comparing it to a clock, it is a misunderstanding to think the pendulum is really held up to “time,” but rather the movement of the pendulum is held up to the movement of the hands on a […]

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  • Philosophy for Kids: What is Untruth?

    Philosopher Heidegger shares the following thought experiment: Using these ideas, can you describe what “untruth” is?

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  • Philosophy for Kids: What is Being?

    The philosopher Hegel said “Being” is the most general, and empty, way of talking about something that “is.” Of anything, from an idea in your head to a rock in a stream, we can say that it “is,” that it has “Being,” but what exactly “Being” means is confusing because it seems to refer to […]

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