Bradford County, Florida Is About to Get Hit with a Lawsuit

Bradford County, Florida just got a present, courtesy of the group Men’s Fellowship. It’s a Ten Commandments monument to put outside the county courthouse! “It’s not only important for this community,” [leader of the group Harry] Hatcher said of the Ten Commandments. “It’s important for any community. It’s important for individuals.” The Decalogue enshrined in [Read More…]

Update on Student Who Wore ‘Life is Wasted Without Jesus’ Shirt

There have been a couple of updates on Forest Heights Community School senior William Swinimer, the Nova Scotia student who wore a shirt reading “Life is Wasted without Jesus” and got in trouble for it. He returned to school today after his five-day suspension — wearing the same shirt — but his father quickly pulled [Read More…]

Ask Richard: Should I Come Out to My Dying Father?

Note: Letter writers’ names are changed to protect their privacy. Dear Richard, I met you once when Hemant spoke at an atheist group. I shared that I had become an atheist during college, thanks to some wonderful classes and professors, but that I had been raised in Evangelical Christianity, and I was still not out [Read More…]

Atheism Doesn’t Merit An Intervention

I am in the middle of a riotous love affair with the television show Intervention. The affair happened quickly, mostly out of boredom and, out of the chronically bizarre array of options on Netflix streaming, it received a resounding “whatever… good enough” before hitting the “play” button. Reality shows are not usually my cup of [Read More…]

Bill Lehto Is Sharing the Stories of Minnesotan Atheists

The Farmington Independent has a nice article about Bill Lehto, a Minnesotan who collected the personal “coming out” stories from people in the state and put them into a book with proceeds benefitting Minnesota Atheists. The hope is that the book will make it easier for readers to go public with their own atheism. Full [Read More…]


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