Personal experience doesn’t prove an afterlife

Washington Post recently published an article about the common shared experiences of people who have gone through NDEs, or Near Death Experiences. [Read more…]

This gag isn’t funny

The SLC Feminist Facebook page shared the above image earlier today. If love to know the conversation surrounding this idea. [Read more…]

Charisma News Fails at Supporting the Virgin Birth

Charisma News, a conservative religious news site, wrote an article that (apparently) offers [Read more…]

Kim Davis should listen to the Bible and issue marriage licenses

It is no surprise that Kentucky clerk Kim Davis is still in the news, after denying more marriage licenses since the Supreme Court told her to do her job. It is also not surprising that others have taken the biblical literalism she utilizes (though, in fact, the Bible and Jesus say nothing about gay marriage), [Read More…]

Monster on Sunday produce a delicious metal album

  Monster On Sunday’s album, “Baby Eater” with a release date of August 7, has hints of all the greats that I listened to growing up. Remember all those scenes from “Wayne’s World” when they go to the metal clubs and head bang? When your older sibling drove you to a friends’ house and blasted [Read More…]

Ark Encounter officials say they don’t need taxpayer money but demand it anyway

Anyone following the Ark Encounter saga in Kentucky has seen that Answers in Genesis (AiG), the parks parent company has been moving forward with the construction of the park even after losing an $18 million tax incentive late last year. [Read more…]

For only $20 you can visit the Ark Encounter construction site and view concrete pillars

If there was ever any evidence needed to prove that the Ark Encounter does not have enough money to complete their project, this is it.

The park has announced that this summer, for only $20 per vehicle, or only $10 for those gullible enough to be Answers in Genesis members, visitors can visit the Ark Encounter construction site and view the concrete pillars it has taken more than five years to install. [Read more…]

When a non-believer faces tragedy

I’m a medical anomaly, of sorts. Aside from being the most accident prone member of my family, breaking a wrist and getting sand lodged in my eye in one summer, I was also diagnosed with juvenile, type one, diabetes when I was seven. Needless to say, I was in and out of hospitals pretty regularly. [Read More…]

Ken Ham says building his ark is more important than feeding the homeless

A common question asked when the religious ask for massive sums of money for construction or personal projects is, “why not use that money for something better, like feeding the homeless?”

Well, this is exactly what is being asked of Ken Ham, who is trying to raise 29.5 million dollars to build a life-size ark that he believes resembles the Noah’s Ark story from the Bible. [Read more…]

Kentucky gubernatorial candidates weigh in on Ark Encounter tax benefits

Kentucky’s Courier-Journal posted questions and answers with Kentucky’s candidates for governor which will take place on November 3, 2015 to replace outbound Democrat Steve Beshear who is not eligible to run for re-election. [Read more…]