Archives for December 2011

Two New Book Reviews!

There are a couple of new reviews of my book Red Neck, Blue Collar, Atheist: Simple Thoughts About Reason, Gods & Faith up at Amazon. Being busy this month, I hadn't noticed them.I keep expecting there will be a ripping Christian reviewer show up sooner or later, so I always brace myself when I find new reviews. But ... these were pretty good. I especially liked this bit from Jim Curtis: … [Read more...]

The Great Foxini: Predictions for 2012

JanuaryOn a trip to Lourdes, Rush Limbaugh will fall into a roadside fountain and miraculously regain his hearing. Returning to his radio show, he will realize that he has for several months been farting loudly during his daily radio broadcast, but his devoted listeners have been too polite to tell him. … [Read more...]

Atheists Do Too Understand the Meaning of the Season

For all my Christian friends and family:Yes, it's true I'm an atheist, but that doesn't mean I don't understand the true meaning of Christmas. Here, I'll prove it to you:  Merry Christmas! May Jesus come down the chimney and leave a quarter under your pillow for every one of your teeth! … [Read more...]

What the Hell is Wrong With You Scientists??

Seriously, scientists, what is WRONG with you?? How could you not tell us about THIS?? What Prayer Does to Your Brain This video reveals how prayer actually changes four distinct areas of the human brain: the frontal lobe, the anterior cingulate, the parietal lobe, and the limbic system.It also details how a specific amount of prayer time per day can help prevent memory loss, mental decline, and even dementia or Alzheimer’s.Plus, it covers 47 scientifically proven benefits of prayer, i … [Read more...]

Doctors Work Tirelessly, Then God Performs Breathtaking Miracle

"I tell everyone, if they want to call it a modern-day miracle, this is a miracle," said Regan, 59, and a Catholic. "I have friends who are atheists who have called me and said, 'I am going back to church.' "I know some part of this is the simple desire to express boundless gratitude that a loved one survived. And another part is the ridiculous "drama" writing on the part of the reporter.But after a while, it just gets tedious. Like the 20th time you've seen an "evil twin" episode on a TV … [Read more...]

Indian, Martyr, Healer, Saint

Reporter Alyssa Newcomb penned a deeply embarrassing bit of silliness at yesterday. First American Indian on Track Toward SainthoodJake Finkbonner was near death for months with a flesh eating bacteria, but made a miraculous recovery that the Vatican credited to The Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, marking the second miracle for the 17th century Mohawk-Algonquin woman and clearing the way for her to become the first American-Indian saint.Pope Benedict XVI signed a decree Monday … [Read more...]