Should Christians Give Up the Fight on Gay Marriage?

Timothy Dalrymple, an evangelical Christian blogger at Patheos, asks a question we’ve all answered several times before: Is it time now, or might there come a time soon, when evangelicals should decide that the cost of carrying on the battle against same-sex marriage is simply too high? His answer is standard evangelical fare — marriage [Read More...]

For TV Star, the Holy Trinity Beats Two and a Half Men

Angus T. Jones, the “half” in “Two and a Half Men,” makes well over $300,000 per episode… but he’s ready to follow former co-star Charlie Sheen and throw it all away because he’s morally opposed to the show’s plotlines. Apparently, they go against his Seventh-day Adventist morals. [Read more...]

Atheists in the World’s Most Religious Country Just Hosted an International Humanism Conference

Back in August, WIN-Gallup International released a global survey on religiosity and found that Ghana ranked as the most religious country in the world: [Read more...]

Michael Savage Criticizes Dartmouth Atheist Group for Questioning the Legacy of Mother Teresa

Michael Savage is a conservative talk show host. Kind of like Rush Limbaugh, but not as popular. He recently heard about how atheists at Dartmouth were going to hold an event where Mother Teresa‘s legacy was discussed, with a nod to Christopher Hitchens‘ evisceration of her in his book The Missionary Position. [Read more...]

My New Book is Now Available! Introducing The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide

Last year, I began outlining a book that talked about the unique struggles of high school atheists. We hear so much about college groups and what they deal with, but only rarely do we hear about high school atheists and the obstacles they face: Coming out to your parents, dealing with religious administrators, overcoming the fear of isolation, trying to start an atheist group at school, taking those courage first steps away from your parents’ faith… [Read more...]


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