There’s a new book about atheism with essays from Patheos atheist bloggers. Read more

The crazy guy with the tinfoil hat? Today, he’s concerned about the NSA. Decades past, it was telepathic intrusion. Religion also changes with the times and technology, and that suggests that it’s just as fanciful. Read more

Seeing our own mistakes makes it easier to sympathize when others are wrong. But how do we encourage someone to get past a big mistake, like a flawed worldview? Read more

A Christian blogger has a new argument for Jesus. It gets points for being novel, but take a look to see if it’s convincing. Read more

I have a couple of suggestions for that hard-to-shop-for atheist on your list. Read more

Common sense and logic take us only so far. Let’s look at an expert analysis of the legal side of the SCOTUS case involving a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple. Read more

The Supreme Court hears arguments today on an important case of religious freedom—or is it religious excess? Read more

Here are some interesting rebuttals to the fine-tuning argument that don’t get enough attention (2 of 2). Read more

Richard S. Russell has had enough of the Catholic Church’s confusion about right and wrong. Read more

Here are some interesting rebuttals to the fine-tuning argument that don’t get enough attention. Read more

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