A recently divorced atheist living in the Bible Belt wants to know how to overcome depression when the only options he can find are Christian in nature. Richard Wade offers him advice without bringing God into it.
What should you do when your sister says atheists are a bad influence on her daughter, but invites you to religious functions? Should you attend or should you stand up for your own beliefs? Richard Wade offers his advice.
Should a high school student report her school after teachers invited a Christian comedian to perform at an important fundraiser? Richard Wade has a sensible response for her.
Should a 50-year-old atheist mother of four tell her extended family about her non-belief, or would that only make matters worse? Richard Wade gives her some powerful, sensible advice.
A 61-year-old former seminary student wants to know if there’s a way to tell his siblings about his atheism.