I answer Robert Nielsen’s 10 Questions For Every Atheist, and in turn, ask 10 Questions for Every Christian.
If you are in the camp of declaring your non-theistic identity through your footprints, does it change your decision that Atheist Shoes sells a model of their footwear in a color they call Kitten Testicle Grey?
We can expect to see the Freethought Equality PAC to go the way of the National Atheist Party, a political party which couldn’t find any actual candidates to run for office after it awkwardly declared that although it was a political party for atheists, it welcomed Christians too.
Fact Check: Are you 3 times more likely to get a virus from a church website than from a pornography website?
A graphic from the Did You Know? Blog is making its way around atheist and secular pages on Facebook. It claims that “You are 3 times more likely to get a virus from a church website than you are from a pornography website”: Unfortunately, the
If your politics are anywhere to the left of Pat Robertson, the two major parties offer no viable option in the Tennessee Senate race. Consider the Republican incumbent, Bob Corker. Corker may have good hair, but he’s got a nasty policy record. In 2011 Corker
Over at Free Rice, the website that rewards knowledge with donations of free rice to hungry people, the group rankings board shows the #2 group to be “Atheists Giving Aid,” with 62,179,160 grains donated. The #3 group, with 58,333,280 grains of rice donated, is “Christians
What would you pay to see comedian Eddie Izzard? What if I told you you didn’t have to pay a thing? Don’t believe it? Well, your disbelief is kind of the entire point. Jesse Galef of the Secular Student Alliance let us know about the
There are two major national secular rallies in North America this spring – one in Washington D.C., and the other in British Columbia, Canada.
This morning, I decided to check in on the progress National Atheist Party. One sign of progress is that the National Atheist Party has its own web site now. The first meeting of the National Atheist Party is also set for just a few days from now, this Saturday in Schaumburg, Illinois.
It’s because I value the separation of the church and state that I can’t support the National Atheist Party. The National Atheist Party can’t succeed in putting any politicians in elected office in these conditions, and so, the National Atheist Party will succeed only in depicting atheists as an isolated, ineffective fringe.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation got all the details right when it posted a billboard featuring the friendly face of Dylan Galos in Columbus, Ohio. The billboard, which featured the words “I can be good without God,” wasn’t posted on public land or with public