“I’m Not Gay No More” Guy Releases Musical Versions of his Statement… and Gets Sued By His Church

Earlier this month, Andrew Caldwell became a viral sensation online when he got up on stage at the Church of God in Christ’s 107th Holy Convocation in St. Louis and declared himself free from homosexuality with the statement “I’m not gay no more!”

He received $100 for magically turning straight. I can only assume he bought more bow ties.

Now, Caldwell is milking his celebrity for all its worth, taking his infamous line and turning it into three iTunes singles. There are the Gospel remix, instrumental, and karaoke versions.

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What Do You Do if You Start Having Doubts About Religion?

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses what to do if you start having religious doubts.

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What Does the Bible Say About Homosexuality?

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses what the Bible says about homosexuality.

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Some Thoughts on Debating Christians

A while back, The Atheist Experience‘s Matt Dillahunty asked me a bunch of questions about debating Christians (strategies, arguments, etc) for a video series he’s been putting together. That video was just released the other day, so I hope you find it interesting!

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Kirk Cameron Wants to Save Christmas, but He Can’t Even Save His Own Movie

This is the actual poster for Kirk Cameron‘s movie Saving Christmas:

It’s one of those cases where you can absolutely judge a book by its cover. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a pathetic score of 9%, with one critic saying it’s “one of the least artful holiday films ever made.” There’s also this takedown, which seems to perfectly encapsulate all things Cameron:

How do you prove a horse is an animal? Because I like Sweden. That’s the style of absurd logic that happens in “Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas”…

Bad, right?

Not to worry! Cameron, desperate for whatever attention he can get, asked his Facebook fans to change the ratings… which won’t actually work since the official Rotten Tomatoes score depends purely on “approved critics.”

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