Please Support the Work We Do Through This Site

Over the past couple of years, what began as a personal blog has turned into a hub with several contributors and multiple posts per day. I like to think the quality of posts has gone up significantly along with the increase in quantity and I’d like to expand the reach of this site. That means bringing on additional writers in various niches. In addition to this site, I’ve also started making YouTube videos, a new world for me, and the reception has been overwhelmingly positive, but those also take a lot of work to put together.

I’m ready to explore new ideas and additional methods of outreach that I’ve put aside because of other obligations. I don’t plan on stopping what we normally do — I just want to do even more while the opportunity is here. There’s no reason to keep those ideas on a perpetual backburner.

That’s why I’ve created a page at Patreon.

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“Atheist” is the Worst Trait for a Presidential Candidate to Have, Says New Study

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses a new survey that says “Atheist” is the worst trait for a presidential candidate to have:

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A New Pay-What-You-Want Book About Putting Our Humanist Values to Work

How do our Humanist values manifest themselves in the real world?

That’s the question Chris Stedman and Zachary Cole are attempting to answer in a new ebook called Values in Action:

The book’s contributors discuss actual projects they did to help their communities, the benefits and drawbacks to interfaith cooperation, and the resources offered by the Foundation Beyond Belief and its Beyond Belief Network.

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I Guess This Christian Apologist Learns Nothing from Women

Frank Turek, a Christian apologist who has written plenty of easily-debunkable books about why the Bible is *totally* true, just released his personal list of the “Top 20 Christian Apologists” — the people who have influenced him the most.

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Lebanon High School Principal Spends His Graduation Address Talking About God

Kevin Lowery, the principal of Lebanon High School (Missouri) gave a very unusual greeting speech at graduation last week.

Instead of simply congratulating the students for their hard work and wishing them the best in the future, he spent time talking about how we’re a godly nation — and if you want proof, just look at the words in our currency! (Because that’s how proof works when you’re ignorant.)

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