Creationist Ken Ham: Noah’s Ark Toys Are ‘Too Unrealistic’… but the Real Ark Was Just Fine

This is a toy model of Noah’s Ark: And the Creation Museum’s Ken Ham can’t stand it because it’s not real enough: … when we allow children to think Noah’s Ark looked like one of these “bathtub Arks,” we are reinforcing the false idea that the account of the Ark was just a fairy tale. [Read More...]

A Spotlight on Freethought

According to the note at the beginning of the video, the Freedom From Religion Foundation has aired the following video on public television stations nationwide. In fact, it’s about to air “500 times in the next three months and reach three million people.” While I really like the commentary, the whole clip looks like one [Read More...]

Are These Really ‘Non-Religious Reasons to Take Your Kids to Church’?

Daddy blogger Nick Shell thinks it’s a good idea for everybody to take their children to church, “not from a religious perspective, but from more of a scientific one.” Because, you know, surveys show churches are good for your well-being. This is for the agnostics who are curious about taking their kids to church, as [Read More...]

Another Update on the Young Atheists Book

I need a few people willing to read through the book and offer their input. That means tracking changes, telling me when something’s confusing, telling me when to elaborate on a topic, suggesting better phrasing if you think something is awkwardly worded, etc. The turnaround time would be 1-2 days… which I know is incredibly [Read More...]

Constructive Criticism for American Atheists

The Center for Inquiry’s Ron Lindsay offers some constructive criticism for American Atheists and their latest billboards: One problem I have with the wording on the billboards is that it doesn’t match up with what AA says they’re doing with the billboards. The stated purpose of the billboards is to show “the foolishness of mixing [Read More...]


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