Alabama Chief Justice-Elect Roy Moore: ‘Evolution Has So Distorted Our Way of Thinking’

Roy Moore, as you might recall, is the former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. During his tenure, he made national headlines when he illegally installed a Ten Commandments monument into the courthouse. He was removed from office for his actions.

This past November, though, he was rewarded for his crimes and re-elected to his position atop the state’s judicial food chain.

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Help These Students Create Animated Introductions to Atheism

A group of students from the Savannah College of Art and Design (in Georgia) are trying to create a series of animated shorts that explain atheism in a clear, short, easy-to-digest sort of way, and they’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to raise the money they need:

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Back When Christians Were *Really* Persecuted…

Happle Tea puts the (fake) Christmas-time persecution of Christians in perspective…

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Atheist Complains to Human Rights Commission About ‘Merry Christmas’ Sign on Bus

The city buses in Saskatoon (in Saskatchewan, Canada) have a very offensive message on them. Are you ready to see it? Don’t say I didn’t warn you:

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Toxicity and Truth: On ‘New Atheism’ and Interfaith Activism

In the month following the release of my book, Faitheist, I’ve been deeply grateful for the interest in and engagement with the book’s ideas. However, I’ve also noticed a few misconceptions that I’d like to address: that atheist interfaith activists work with believers at the expense of other atheists and unfairly dismiss a “New Atheist” approach; that interfaith work is unnecessary because we regularly encounter people of different religious identities simply by living in a diverse society; and that interfaith work is at odds with the promotion of truth, or that atheist interfaith activists are more concerned with people getting along than with getting at the truth. [Read more...]


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