Matthew O’Neil just released a short album featuring songs with a godless bent:
We often hear religious people go to absurd lengths to explain things that have perfectly natural explanations. (What caused that tornado? Gay people, not weather patterns.)
So when a rock star does something similar, might as well call him out on it.
Eddie Van Halen, who appears on the cover of the latest Billboard magazine, has a very odd explanation for losing “one-third of his tongue to a cancer that eventually drifted into his esophagus”:
Charles Darwin has had a rough go in theaters over the years. The most recent biopic, 2010′s Creation with Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly, made less than a million dollars worldwide and was barely memorable.
The Pirates! Band of Misfits (2012), which included Darwin as a mere side character, did considerably better, but let’s face it: You didn’t watch it. Hell, this is probably the first time you even heard about it.
But if Disney gets involved, maybe that will change…
As someone whose knowledge of architecture boils down to “That building looks tall,” it’s fascinating to see the work of Kacper Chmielewski. He knows that if you visit a lot of cities, especially in Europe, the most beautiful buildings are often tied to a religious faith.
So what would atheist architecture look like? Is that even a thing?
Here are just a few of his designs and descriptions: