Are ‘One in Four’ People Really Atheists?

As of this week, the Seattle Atheists have four different ads circulating on twelve buses throughout the city proclaiming that “1 in 4 is an atheist“: I love the look of the ads… but I cannot figure out where they’re getting this 1 in 4 number. The closest thing I can find is this excerpt [Read More...]

Understanding Christianity and Global Climate Change

This is a guest post by Lisa. [Personal information has been removed.] … I used to believe global climate change wasn’t real. Raised in a conservative, orthodox Christian church, denial went with the territory. Along with evolution and dinosaurs, climate change fell into the camp of liberal lies. For many, it is unfathomable that people [Read More...]

Get the Prayer Out of the UGA Graduation

The UGAtheists at the University of Georgia in Athens is still trying to stop sectarian prayers from being recited during graduation. The prayer makes several references to “God” but not “Jesus”… so says the university by way of justification. So that makes it ok, right? Stephen Joiner, the public relations chair for UGAtheists, is leading [Read More...]

He Never Lost His Faith

The Root has been doing a marvelous job lately of giving voice to black atheists. In this article, Harvard professor Tommie Shelby talks about how he never “lost his faith”; he just flat-out rejected it: Though Harvard is often said to have ruined more good Negroes than bathtub gin, it was actually at Florida A&M [Read More...]

Atheist Billboards Go Up in Salt Lake City

The Freedom From Religion Foundation just put up four billboards (rather, two basic images in four locations) in Salt Lake City to mark the holiday season — it marks their first billboard campaign in Utah: FFRF has more than 17,000 nonreligious members nationwide, but its Utah membership, at 102 persons, is on the slim side. [Read More...]


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