Neither Moral nor Majority

This post is by Jesse Galef, who works for the American Humanist Association … James Dobson is throwing in the towel.  He announced on his radio program: I want to tell you up front that we’re not going to ask you to do anything, to make a phone call or to write a letter or [Read More...]

This Blog is Now Available on Kindle

The title says it all. This blog is now available on Kindle (for those of you who roll that way). A subscription costs $1.99/month (there’s a free 14-day trial). Cheaper than a fetus in the summer. Why buy it? Because you need something to do while sitting in class, getting “work” done, or waiting in [Read More...]

Examples of Workplace Proselytization

I’ve written before about colleagues talking about religion in the workplace. It’s not always on purpose or because they want to proselytize. It’s not illegal, either — just a part of the conversation. They just assume everyone believes in a god. Reader Anonymouse just sent along a few more examples that show how Godtalk at [Read More...]

Utah Atheists Get Positive Press

When even the local news in Utah is reporting that atheists are growing in number and does a positive story on them, you know things are going our way. KUTV in Salt Lake City did a story on the American Religious Identification Survey, which stated that atheists are on the rise in every single state: [Read More...]

How to Prevent Soldier Suicides? Christianity, Says Military

Just read the first paragraph of this article and you’ll see yet another problem with the U.S. military: A recent edition of the U.S. Army’s suicide prevention manual advises military chaplains to promote “religiosity,” specifically Christianity, as a way to deter distraught soldiers from committing suicide, which in recent months, according to one veterans advocacy [Read More...]