Atheist Billboard Publicity Leads to Dramatic Increase in Attendance at Meetings

Back in December, the Blue Ridge Coalition of Reason (in Virginia) put up four billboards that looked like this:

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High School Teacher Sues Her District After They Tell Her to Stop Proselytizing to Students

Joelle Silver, a science teacher in the Cheektowaga Central School District in New York who also doubles as the faculty sponsor for the school’s Bible Study Club, has no idea where to draw the line between being a public school teacher and being a representative of her church. Prompted by a student’s complaint to the [Read More...]

Despite the Louie Giglio Controversy, Christianity Is (Unfortunately) Doing Just Fine

Giglio may do some great things, but all of that is, in my mind, outweighed by his inability to support those in our country who are treated as second-class citizens, in large part, thanks to him and the people who share his faith. [Read more...]

Where Did the Term ‘Nones’ Come From?

The term “None” has come to describe atheists, agnostics, and even those who believe in God without subscribing to a particular religious faith. It’s one of those words we would never use to describe ourselves, but researchers and media types frequently use it to describe us.

Wendy Thomas Russell spoke with Barry Kosmin, the man who coined the term to represent “[t]he irreligious, the unreligious, the anti-religious, and the anti-clerical”: [Read more...]

Crucifixion Relaxation

I don’t know why Jesus complained about being in this position. Seems pretty comfortable to me: [Read more...]


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