Darwin Day in New Orleans

New Orleans is on a roll this week! It’s not just a place for Mardi Gras and the Saints; it’s a place where secular values are being honored by the local government. In 2005, Mayor Ray Nagin proclaimed May 5th of that year the National Day of Reason. In 2009, the City Council issued a [Read More...]

A Yelp for Churches

Jim Henderson is the man who “bought my soul” on eBay a few years ago. The reason he bid on my auction in the first place is because he loved the idea of “unchurched” people going to church and sharing their experiences. Jim would take those filled-out surveys and share them with the pastors of [Read More...]

A Video Plea to a Young Believer

A. Hughman has made a video that is a plea to young believers. It doesn’t ask that they become atheists — he has a different goal in mind: I love the video. My worry, though, is that many young Christians will say they have no problem with expressing doubt. They question plenty of things: Evolution. [Read More...]

Defending the Duggars?

Over the weekend, I stumbled across the cover of the new issue of People on a library table: 19 kids…? My eyes wanted to bulge at the sight of that number, but they stopped doing that when the number hit double digits. It’s just not a surprise anymore. The question on the cover is “How [Read More...]

Live-Blogging the Tim Tebow Commercial

***Begin live-blogging*** 5:42 Third Commercial in. Good placement. ***End live-blogging*** Well, that was fun. What should I do the rest of the night? [Read more...]