The Revamped Focus on the Family

It’s not everyday I get to say this, but I was quoted in the cover story for July’s issue of Christianity Today. It involves the future of the Christian group Focus on the Family now that James Dobson has stepped down. A bit of background: Jen McCreight and I attended a Focus event last August. [Read More…]

Looking for a Job in the Atheist Movement?

The Secular Student Alliance has two job openings: Event Specialist — This position involves a lot of (SSA-paid) travel! Alumni Director — This position involves engaging and keeping track of secular students after they graduate! Both positions are full-time and based out of the SSA offices near Columbus, Ohio. Applications are due in mid-July (click [Read More…]

The Evil Atheist Math Teacher Agenda

Oh man, the folks at ChristWire are on to my wicked plans! They know that I teach ungodly things like “irrational numbers” to my students: Public schools are dens of sin where gothemo girls will try to rub their milk sacs all over your son. But advances from titful harlots are not the only dangers–even [Read More…]

The Anglican Church’s Gaydar

St Matthew-in-the-City church in Auckland, New Zealand always comes up with funny, gay-friendly ad campaigns — seriously: check them out here. Their latest is no exception: Before you all start making jokes about gay priests and Anglican-on-Anglican action, understand what the purpose of the billboard is: St Matthew-in-the-City put up a billboard outside its central [Read More…]

We’re the Open-Minded Ones

One of the falsehoods some Christians love to spread is that “atheism is a religion.” That, of course, is incredibly ignorant to say. You show me real evidence of a miracle, you get your god to talk to me, you convince me the supernatural world exists, and I’m willing to change my mind. On the [Read More…]


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