Atheist Charity: Food for Banned Books

I love this idea from Joel Guttormson and the Metro State Atheists in Colorado. They’re running a charity event called Food for Freethought 2009. Given the existing goals of Metro State Atheists, it is only natural that we would attempt to help the hungry by promoting freethought, freedom of expression, and free inquiry. With the [Read More...]

Camp Quest UK Gets More Positive Publicity

You can never have too much publicity. A couple more articles on Camp Quest UK are popping up, and they’re finally getting more of the details right (as opposed to last time…). It’s not run by Richard Dawkins. It’s not a camp for “atheist children” (Rather, it’s a camp for children of atheist parents). It’s [Read More...]

For the Atheist Photographers…

Two things for the atheist photographers out there. Mojoey is running a photography contest and there are five categories in which to enter: Atheism/Religion Travel and People Self-Portrait Altered Images The Natural World I think the winner just gets the pride of winning. But that’s not a bad thing at all. All the rules are [Read More...]

A Message from the Creation Museum to the Atheists

The Secular Student Alliance received an email this morning from the Creation Museum regarding the horde of rationalists who will be visiting in a few weeks. It was addressed to us and PZ Myers. PZ posted it on his site earlier. The SSA wanted to clear up a few things up with the museum before [Read More...]

Church Sermons on Sex

Prodigal Jon mentions (only half-jokingly) that if churches want to boost membership, they just need to have a sermon series on sex. And many have done just that. Jon also put the following quiz up on his site: Which of the following are actual sermon series used at churches or things a pastor said or [Read More...]


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