How Many Theists Are Like This?

In my experience, a lot of older Christians may think this is completely misrepresenting them. I wonder, though, how often this applies to younger Christians who grew up in the church and have not been challenged about their beliefs very much: Is it accurate or not? Is it offensive? Keep in mind it was drawn [Read More...]

Ellery Schempp’s Speaking Tour in Virginia/Washington D.C.

Dr. Ellery Schempp is the man who, as a boy, played a major role in getting forced prayer out of public schools. As I’ve mentioned before, he’s a freethought hero, if ever there was one. He’s going on a speaking tour in the Virginia/Washington D.C. area in a couple weeks. All the events are free [Read More...]

Questions for the Readers

I’ve mentioned before that I am working on a book proposal for my summer project. I could use some help on a couple big questions… What would be a good title for the potential book? The premise is that I would live with a Christian family for the summer and explore faith from that perspective [Read More...]

What Happens If You Don’t Respond to Someone’s Sneeze?

As if you needed another website to get addicted to. This one is called (The Customer Is) Not Always Right and it’s full of hilarious conversations between employees and their customers. In the following conversation, the customer service person (“Me”) is talking to one disturbed caller (“Customer”)…: Me: “All right, just a moment here while [Read More...]

Information Age Prayer

Poe’s Law in action? You decide: You know how God only listens to your prayers at certain times of the day? In case you have a habit of waking up late, you can pay this website to deliver your prayer to God at the correct time of day. He’ll also take care of you if [Read More...]