Hey, Chicago Tribune, What Up With That?

Because I read the Chicago Tribune article about the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s latest bus ads online last night, I didn’t pay too much attention to the print version in today’s paper. When I checked it out earlier today, though, I noticed this at the end of the article, urging people to comment on the [Read More…]

Ask Richard: When Will I Stop Feeling Angry About My Religious Past?

Note: When letter writers sign with their first names instead of a pseudonym or nickname, I randomly change their name for added anonymity. Hello, Richard. I’m a female in my mid to late 20s, not exactly an atheist, but definitely losing my religion for a variety of reasons only some of which are mentioned here. [Read More…]

New FFRF Bus Ad in Chicago Causing Controversy

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has a new ad going up on 75 Chicago buses this month: “Obviously, there are many reasons to reject religion, most of them intellectual,” said Dan Barker, FFRF co-president. “But face it — one of the immediate benefits of quitting church, besides getting a 10 percent raise because you can [Read More…]

Hobby Lobby Owner to Build Bible Museum

Next time you shop at Hobby Lobby, realize that some of the money you spend is going toward the building of a National Bible Museum in Dallas. With a goal of establishing a national Bible museum of great depth and size, the evangelical Christian family behind the Hobby Lobby chain of craft stores has been [Read More…]

Atheism Is Not a Religion

Preach it, Sister Cristina: [Read more…]