Where Are the Christians with Real Courage?

I’ve been reading several articles this week about Pastor Terry Jones and how his church plans to burn Korans on 9/11. Christians don’t want to be associated with this guy. Clergy members, academics and elected officials in Gainesville have planned nearly a dozen events to counter the plan, starting on Wednesday with an interfaith prayer [Read More…]

Louie‘s Episode About God

Comedian Louis CK‘s show Louie aired a wonderful episode dealing with God and Catholic school last week. It’s finally available on Hulu. The episode starts out downright scary (inside the Catholic school) but gets much better toward the end. (How awesome is the mother?) As usual, Louis CK’s comedy bits are awesome (Sorry to non-US [Read More…]

Restoring the Koran

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation plans to run this full-page ad in the Gainesville Sun on Friday, in response to Pastor Terry Jones burning Korans: Well, it’s definitely a gesture of goodwill. I wonder if it’d be more useful, though, to donate a certain amount of money to a non-profit/charity organization for each Koran burned [Read More…]

Is One Really Superior…?

Islam and Christianity are both frightening at times, full of false hope, and capable of even more destruction than they’ve already caused. Mr. Fish draws the truth: It’s incredible to hear some Christians talk about how superior their theology is to that of any other faith… maybe because they sing songs in massive churches and [Read More…]

FFRF Billboard Salutes First Atheist Senator

Oklahoma + FFRF + politics = surefire publicity, right? A new billboard places in Tulsa, Oklahoma yesterday pays tribute to Democrat Thomas Gore, one of the first two Senators from Oklahoma. He served from 1907-1921 and 1931-1937. The idea for the billboard came from FFRF member Bill Dusenberry — he heard about Gore’s atheism while [Read More…]