Atheist Bus Campaign in Indiana Given Green Light

There was craziness last week when Transpo, a company that controls which ads are placed on buses in South Bend, decided to delay atheist advertising on their buses. It looked a little something like this: Even though the money had been paid, the atheists couldn’t capitalize on Barack Obama‘s weekend appearance at Notre Dame and [Read More...]

I Believe in Angles

This is *perfect* for atheist math teachers like myself: Of course we should believe in angles. But only the Right ones. My Guardian Angle helped me quite a bit when I took the SATs. The image was created by Kristine Hoppenworth, a student freethought leader from Florida. You can purchase it on shirts/hats/buttons/etc. at CafePress. [Read More...]

Rachel Weisz to Play Atheist in New Movie

There’s a movie coming out at the end of the year called Agora — it just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this past week. Here’s the basic synopsis: A historical drama set in Roman Egypt, concerning a slave who turns to the rising tide of Christianity in the hopes of pursuing freedom while also [Read More...]

Can You Be Scared of God’s Wrath If You Don’t Believe in Him?

This was among today’s collection at PostSecret: I wonder how that works… to not believe in a god, but still think that your disbelief will result in something bad… Isn’t that a contradiction? Has anyone else ever felt that way? — You don’t believe in the supernatural, but you fall into irrational, superstitious thinking… Maybe [Read More...]

Greydon Square is an Atheist Icon?

Martin Cizmar of the Phoenix New Times has a feature article on atheist rapper Greydon Square: Without a doubt, Greydon Square is as contradictory and complex a figure as you’ll find making music in Phoenix. Not that most people know all that stuff. Internationally — and this ASU student you’ve probably never heard of has [Read More...]