New Law Allows Religious Proselytizing in Mississippi Public Schools

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses how a new law will allow for religious proselytizing in Mississippi public schools:

You can read more about the law here.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the project — more videos will be posted soon — and we’d also appreciate your suggestions as to which questions we ought to tackle next! [Read more...]

Generation Atheist is Free on Amazon Right Now

Last November, my friend Dan Riley wrote a book called Generation Atheist. It’s a collection of true stories about people who transitioned from godly to godless.

Today, at least for a limited time, the book is free on Kindle. I urge you to get your copy now if you haven’t already!

(Thanks to Rike for the link!) [Read more...]

Sean Faircloth: What We Can Do for a Secular America

At the Oklahoma Freethought Convention a couple of weeks ago, Sean Faircloth, former Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America and current Director of Strategy and Policy at the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science, spoke about what we can do for a secular America:

If any moments stand out to you, please leave the timestamp and summary in the comments!

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You Wouldn’t Take the Car Dealer Seriously… So Why a Religious Leader?

AntiCitizenX created a nice video explaining why it’s philosophically impossible to prove something doesn’t exist, including a helpful analogy about shopping for a new car:

(Thanks to Brian for the link!) [Read more...]

Christian Pastor: ‘I Believe That the Government Should Use the Death Penalty’ on Homosexuals

Fundamentalist Pastor Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona recently appeared on an Irish radio show. I’m not sure what the expectation was, but the host spoke with him for over an hour — with callers — and Anderson found a way to piss off just about everyone. (***Update***: For the uninitiated, you can read more posts about Anderson here, here, here, and here.)

Here are some of the highlights:

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