Religious Professors Mocking Students’ Loss Of Faith

The Peaceful Atheist, a Wheaton graduate who lost her faith early in her time at the Evangelical college describes being alienated by Wheaton professors using anecdotes of their former students who’d left the faith as “cautionary tales”: While I was at Wheaton I only came out to 2 professors, and it took both an extremely [Read More...]

Daily Hilarity: Do You Wanna Date My Avatar

Via hurtlingthroughspace comes a charming send up of online fantasy geekhood: [Read more...]

Ricky Gervais, Atheism, And The Invention Of Lying

I’m really excited about The Invention of Lying, the upcoming Ricky Gervais film.  I started the script last spring online and simply couldn’t stop reading until it was done.  It was not a terribly funny read (except occasionally) but I love films which explore a thought provoking “what if” in a sufficiently thoughtful way and [Read More...]

Flying Spaghetti Monster Appears In Rubber Band Form!

Another sighting! The Friendly Atheist has the details of this latest miraculous appearance! [Read more...]

New Philosophers’ Blog Carnival At Brooks Blog

Today’s philosophy blog carnival is being held here. The September 28 blog carnival will be held here here (at Camels With Hammers).  Exciting, right?  I’m already pricing clowns and rides. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Disambiguating Faith By Soul Searching With Clergy Guy

Please don’t dismiss this post as too long to take a shot on reading through.  The debate it features promises to be candid and thorough and, I hope, thought-provoking for believers and unbelievers alike.  I hope you find it as worth your time to read as I found it worth mine to write.  It set [Read More...]

Definitions, Maths, Big Bang, and Fables

Some nice meat and potatoes refutation of predictable Christian arguments.  What I found worth highlighting in particular here on the blog was akegg’s adept way of addressing the question of what the Big Bang is said to demonstrate. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

What Would Jesus NOT Do?

This is another truly spectacular video from Non Stamp Collector, whose new video we featured yesterday.  In this one he shows the real ways that a divine human could have provided evidence of his divinity and how a loving incarnated God could have morally and materially benefited humanity and demonstrated its benevolence and ethical interest. [Read More...]

2008′s 10 Best Philosophy Papers, As Selected By Philosopher’s Annual

via Brian Leiter comes this link to Philosopher’s Annual’s selections for best philosophy papers published in 2008. Sounds most intriguing.  I hope to find time to read a couple in particular. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]


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