Churches Ad Hoc: A Divine Comedy

Herman Krieger is “a non-practicing Jew who has not been to synagogue since he was 12.” He is also the author of Churches Ad Hoc: A Divine Comedy. It’s a photo essay and you can see the contents online. As Kern Trembath of the University of Notre Dame writes in the foreword: The first time [Read More...]

Believing the Unbelievable

Sam Harris gave a speech recently at the Aspen Ideas Festival. It was titled “Believing the Unbelievable: The Clash Between Faith and Reason in the Modern World.” Here’s the video: (Thanks to Maria for the link!) [Read more...]

Backhanded Compliment?

Relish, a weekly newspaper in Northwest North Carolina, has a book review of I Sold My Soul on eBay. The piece is written by Mick Scott. I wonder how I should take it… I mean, they criticize parts of the book! How dare a critic do such a thing… You can get anything over the [Read More...]

Newspaper Roundtrip Addition

I missed one this morning. Thanks to TXatheist for sending it along to me! It’s from today’s Houston Chronicle. Here’s the front page of the Religion section: And on the left side of the page, you see a blue book… Woo! (Funny coincidence that it’s next to the article on Faith in India.) It reads: [Read More...]

You Can’t Have This Dog

You want to know the difference between Craigslist and its competition Kijiji? Kijiji has ads like this one: Cute and Adorable English Bulldog Puppy. Very socialized with kids and other animal. She is vet check and all her shots are given up to date. We are willing to give her to a christain family only. [Read More...]