Look Again at That Pale Blue Dot

Singer Anthony David just released the video for his new song “#locationlocationlocation.” Listening to the lyrics, it’s clear how much of an influence Carl Sagan had on him. David writes in an email: It was inspired by Sagan’s “Pale Blue Dot” and the whole idea of the Goldilocks zone we inhabit. It goes from there [Read More…]

Support Songs for Nonbelievers

Cynthia Carle is a singer/songwriter who’s working on an album called Songs For Nonbelievers. (The title is pretty self-explanatory.) Cynthia needs some help, though, so she’s raising funds on Kickstarter. Need some motivation to donate? Listen to the lyrics in one of the album’s first tracks, “Sunday in Reality”: She has no invisible means of [Read More…]

And This Is Why You Shouldn’t Be a Creationist

As if you needed another reason to fight against Creationism, I bring you the Flizbins: If you can make it to the 1:16 mark, you get to hear Christian Rapping… If you make it to the end, you deserve a cookie. By the way, that’s a real song from a real album by a real [Read More…]

When Good and Bad Things Happen in the Bible

OpenBible produced this “Sentiment Analysis of the Bible” visualization. Black means something positive is happening while red represents something bad: Things start off well with creation, turn negative with Job and the patriarchs, improve again with Moses, dip with the period of the judges, recover with David, and have a mixed record (especially negative when [Read More…]

If You Read It Closely…

I love this design by Niels Shoe Meulman: Can we get that up in a church somewhere…? Maybe the leaders won’t notice. (via Reddit) [Read more…]