A Visual Open Letter to Theists: Why Do You Believe in God?

Brandon Fibbs made a video a while back — an open letter to religious believers, in a sense — that was taken down due to copyright violation claims. With the segment in question now removed, Fibbs has put his video back online and it’s a wonderful piece to watch:



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Help Us Out and Tell Us What You Do!

Every now and then, the writers on this site will be working on a post about, say, the difference between the geology of the Grand Canyon versus city streets… and we realize it would be great if we could talk to atheists who actually study that subject! Maybe we want to quote you in the post. Or (more likely) we just need to ask you a question about geology in general.

It’s not just science — there are many times when we have questions about business or law or medicine or music, or need someone to help us translate an article, but we don’t know anyone off the top of our heads who can help us.

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A Compilation of Daniel Dennett’s Best Arguments and Retorts

It’s hard to forget the great things Daniel Dennett says in this compilation of his best moments:



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An Atheist Paid for a Banner to be Placed in This City’s Public Square… So How Come Most People Can’t See It?

Two weeks ago, in anticipation of both the National Day of Prayer and National Day of Reason, atheist Justin Vacula of the NEPA Freethought Society went to the Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania) City Hall, gave them a check for $50, and handed them a banner reading “Nothing Fails Like Prayer” to put up in the public square. That banner was supposed to go up on April 28. For whatever reason, city officials didn’t put it up until three days later… but it’s finally up!

There’s the banner about Mental Health Month, and the banner for the National Day of Prayer, and… hey, wait, where’s Justin’s banner?

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Pat Robertson Ironically Advises Woman Posting Her Faith-Based Comments Online: “Keep Your Stuff to Yourself”

Pat Robertson recently received a question on The 700 Club from a woman who said atheists frequently challenged her social media statements about faith — and she wanted to know if she should argue back.

Robertson couldn’t keep himself to a yes or no answer… so he decided to insult atheists instead:



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