This Guy Needs a Roommate…

***Update***: Boo… it’s a fake ad that appears in other cities, too. Oh well. … I have no idea who this person is, but he’s a Secular Humanist, he needs a roommate in the Boston area, and he appears to be all sorts of hilarious: A bit about me: I’m respectful, quiet, clean and I [Read More…]

Christopher Hitchens’ Next Book

It’s called Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens and it’s available September 1st. It’s a collection of pieces previously seen in Slate, The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, and other publications all the way through July, 2011. There’s an audiobook version, too, but unfortunately, he’s not reading it. At least he’s still healthy enough to be churning out [Read More…]

We’re Ignoring Parents At Our Movement’s Own Risk

Regarding the topic of how to use our skepticism in more diverse ways, Dren Asselmeier at the Center for Inquiry offers a list of topics that atheist parents might find very relevant to talk about, but we rarely discuss them as a group: Why do the atheist, freethought, and skeptical movements seem to completely ignore [Read More…]

Greg Epstein Responds to the Idea of ‘Transfaith’

This is a guest post by Greg Epstein. Greg is the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University and the author of Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe. Some background: Greg’s piece is a response to Illini Secular Student Alliance leader Ed Clint‘s recent talk about “Transfaith” at the 2011 Secular Student Alliance [Read More…]

If Christ Says It, Tebow Will Listen, Right?

(via The Onion) [Read more…]