An Alternative View of Popular Religious Symbols

Religious symbols have different meanings to different people and Crispian Jago doesn’t hold back in his word art: There are two other images at his site. [Read more...]

How Many Hispanic ‘Nones’ Are There? Survey Says 14%!

We tend to think of ethnic minorities as being more religious than the general population, but new data shows this may not be the case any more. The Pew Hispanic Center just released the results of a nationwide poll and found that non-religious Latinos are more numerous than we might think. In fact, unaffiliated Hispanics [Read More...]

In Response to City’s Jesus Display, FFRF Counters with ‘Jesus is a Myth’ Banner

For five years now, city officials in Streator, Illinois have allowed a sign to go up in a local park reading, “Jesus died for your sins”: Last month, they also allowed the erection of three Christian crosses: This is the same park that hosted a nativity scene this past winter, by the way. Eyebrows went [Read More...]

A Clever Alabama License Plate

I’m at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa today to speak to the Alabama Atheists and Agnostics. Reader Brian pointed out that I might appreciate his AL license plate: Love it! It manages to temporarily avoid controversy… and then creates even more [Read more...]

Atheist Family Ad Rejected by Texas Movie Theater… Again

Remember how the Dallas–Fort Worth Coalition of Reason started an advertising campaign called “Our Families Are Great Without Religion”? Remember how they wanted to place this ad in movie theaters to run before the showing of films? Remember how the Green Oaks Movie Tavern in Arlington said they *would not* run the ad? Remember how [Read More...]