Secular Student Alliance 2012 Conference Schedule Released

The Secular Student Alliance just released the schedule for their 2012 national conference (July 6th-8th) and it looks great: Besides the huge collection of speakers, they end late on Friday and Saturday night — which makes sense since most of the attendees are still wide awake – and begin relatively late on Saturday morning (because, [Read More…]

Arizona Governor Approves Religious Privilege Bills

Yesterday night, Arizona governor Jan Brewer signed two controversial bills, HB 2625 and SB 1365, into law. If you’ve been keeping up with the controversial things coming out of the Grand Canyon State in the last year, you probably felt the same chill I did. It was, well, merited. HB 2625 expands the number of [Read More…]

FSM Pride Jewelry

Reader Sharla created these nifty necklaces promoting two things dear to so many atheists: Equality and the Flying Spaghetti Monster. She has more jewelry available at her Etsy shop — check it out, buy something, and support crafty atheists! [Read more…]

Atheists in Christian Workplaces (Continued)

Continuing the conversation from before, I received this email from an atheist who worked for a church nursery. If you’d like to share your experience as an atheist in a Christian workplace, please shoot me an email. … When I was 16, I started working at a church nursery. At the time I was a [Read More…]

I Can’t Believe Christians Are Debating These Questions

I don’t know why, but I read the articles at Christianity Today. It’s helpful to see what the conversation is on that side of the world. Often, they throw out a question to a panel of guests and post their responses. That Christians offer a diverse array of responses isn’t surprising. What stuns me is [Read More…]