So That’s How a Jesus Fish Works…

Borrowing a page from Douglas Adams‘ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Crispian Jago explains the Jesus Fish: (via Science, Reason and Critical Thinking) [Read more...]

Shave the ‘Stache for a Good Cause

Chris Stedman is working with the Harvard Interfaith Collaborative on an interfaith service event this Thanksgiving — the plan is to package 20,000 meals for people in Massachusetts who need them. It costs $0.25/meal which means they need to raise $5,000 to make this happen. Following the enormous success of this year’s 9/11 interfaith community [Read More...]

Faced with the Threat of a Lawsuit, Indiana High School Removes Godly Sign

If you entered a sporting event at North Vermillion Junior/Senior High School in Cayuga, Indiana anytime in the past 43 years, you would’ve seen this sign as you walked into Gibson Field: Remember your Creator in the days of your youth An athlete is not crowned unless he competes according to the rules This is [Read More...]

To Everyone Who Wants to Contribute to the Site…

To the 150+ people who have emailed me in the past couple days about contributing to the site, thank you! I’m swamped with work this week and haven’t been able to read your emails yet (much less get back to you), but I hope to read over all of them over the next week or [Read More...]

A Safe Haven for Students Who Reject Religious Upbringing

This is a piece by Melia Robinson. Melia is a Syracuse University junior, dual majoring in magazine journalism and information management and technology. She is the design director of The Student Voice, a biweekly student-run news magazine, in which this piece originally ran. … Lynde Folsom was a curious child. When she was four, she [Read More...]


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