Your Video Game Freethought Quote of the Day

At the moment, I happen to be re-playing Final Fantasy XIII in anticipation of the soon-to-be-released Final Fantasy XIII-2. While playing recently, one of the characters had the most amazing sound-byte about critical thought and freethought. At least, that’s how I took it. To give a bit of context, the main group of characters are [Read More…]

Last Chance to Give to Foundation Beyond Belief This Year!

When you consider all the contributions people have given to the Foundation Beyond Belief via widgets, our website, and checks in the mail, we’re not far from reaching our goal of $15,000. As Dale McGowan writes: That’s really close to securing a quarter of the modest funding we need for 2012, which has me dancing [Read More…]

American Atheists Appeals Ruling Stating Kentucky’s Security is Unattainable Without God

Back in 2006, a Southern Baptist preacher who happens to sit in the Kentucky legislature introduced a law that would require the Kentucky Department of Homeland Security to declare in its training materials that security is unattainable without reliance on “Almighty God.” American Atheists filed a lawsuit, claiming that the law violated both the U.S. [Read More…]

Is It Really Possible To Have ‘Biblical Morality’?

David G. McAfee has written a revised version of his book Disproving Christianity and Other Secular Writings and it’s perfect for anyone who has studied the Bible and loves to see its inconsistencies pointed out. One of the chapters, Morality versus Worship, is republished below: “Live a good life. If there are gods and they [Read More…]

Church/State Separation Billboard To Go Up in Rhode Island

Beginning on Monday, the Freedom From Religion Foundation will sponsor their first billboard in Rhode Island (on Interstate 295 at Route 2 in Warwick): Annie Laurie Gaylor, Foundation co-president, said it’s fitting that the campaign has expanded to Rhode Island, which was founded by Roger Williams, a strong advocate of keeping religion out of government [Read More…]


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