Atheist Math and Imaginary Numbers

Scikidus had the idea for the image, and I’m just throwing out some other versions: I *so* know how I’m teaching imaginary numbers to my classes this year. (via To Whom I May Concern) [Read more...]

The Scariest Halloween Costume

I’m frightened. Very frightened. I think I might have nightmares. All I need to do is borrow a baby and I’ll be all set. [Read more...]

U.S. Government Says OK To Religious Discrimination

As Charlie Savage reported in yesterday’s edition of The New York Times, the Department of Justice had approved a million-dollar-plus grant to an organization that will only hire Christians, effectively supporting religious discrimination. The 25-page document, which was issued in 2007, only became available on the DOJ’s website this week. You can read it here [Read More...]

Atheist Versus Agnostic

Lisa Faires and Brad Pritikin question why people use the word “agnostic” when they really mean “atheist.” The full comic might make your head hurt, but the conclusion seems to nail it. Some people are just too afraid of the word “atheist.” It’s nothing to be ashamed of! As Stephen Colbert says: Agnostics are just [Read More...]

How Accurate Are These Statistics?

Mike O. attended a conference session run by David Kinnaman, author of a really interesting book unChristian. Kinnaman is president of The Barna Group, a sort of Gallup polling group for the Christian world. He presented several statistics about non-Christians and where we get our perceptions of Christians: Where do young non-Christians get their perceptions [Read More...]