Tracking Changes Over Time

Nisus Writer is a word processor for Macs and a recent update introduced a new icon for tracking changes to a document over time: Nice touch, don’t you think? (Thanks to Robert for the link!) [Read more...]

Why Are This Many Atheist Scientists Taking Their Children to Church?

We know some atheists participate in religious communities for a variety of reasons, but what about atheist scientists? How many of them participate in religious communities? A new study by Rice University sociologist Elaine Howard Ecklund and University at Buffalo SUNY sociologist Kristen Schultz Lee, published in the December 2011 Journal for the Scientific Study [Read More...]

Atheist Penn Jillette on the 2012 President Candidates

Penn Jillette offers his take on the 2012 presidential candidates — from an atheist perspective: His take on President Obama is spot on when it comes to his faith: Either he’s really a Christian as he claims (which means he’s not really one of us), or he’s lying about it for political purposes (which is [Read More...]

After a Christian Wonders Whom Atheists Thanks at Thanksgiving, One Offers This Powerful Response

The week before Thanksgiving, Allen Stephenson wrote an article for the Greenville Advocate in which he discussed what we ought to be thankful for: Abel on the other hand, remembers that even the very air he breathes is a gift from God. He knows that if there is anything good in his life, it is [Read More...]

You Don’t Have To Go Down in My Basement!

It’s always a treat to listen to former preacher Dan Barker talk about his religious past and this excerpt from his recent Skepticon IV talk shows you why. In it, he explains Christianity in a nutshell: The full talk is available here: (via HamboneProductions — Thanks to Brian for the link!) [Read more...]


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