There Probably Isn’t

In response to the Atheist Bus Campaign in Britain, a Christian pastor created There Probably Is — a website which seeks out testimonials from those who have been Saved. In response to that site, an atheist has created a clone site called There Probably Isn’t. Feel free to add your own atheist testimonial! There are [Read More…]

Interview with Roy Speckhardt of the American Humanist Association

There’s been a lot of reactions (good and bad) to the American Humanist Association’s atheist bus campaign. In short, the AHA will be running the following ad on buses in the metro Washington, D.C. area: The Christian Right thinks this is an attack on them. Conservative commentators aren’t happy either. Today, AHA’s Jesse Galef was [Read More…]

FOXNews Mocks Atheists!

I know this is shocking to you all. FOXNews is rolling its eyes at the American atheist bus campaign: Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade and Alisyn Camerota don’t understand the need for the bus campaign. They say atheists just “need a hug.” They say atheists are doing this because “misery loves company.” They say we’re feeling [Read More…]

Atheist Bus Campaign in… America!

The Atheist Bus campaign In the UK has raised over £118,718.06 (approximately $182,976.18). Now, the American Humanist Association is going for a bus campaign of their own with this ad: That ad will appear on the sides and insides of over 200 Washington D.C. Metro buses beginning next Tuesday. It was already appearing in yesterday’s [Read More…]

Atheists Love the Social Bookmarking Sites

Shocking news to all of us, I’m sure: Users of social bookmarking sites like Reddit and Digg are overwhelmingly non-religious. Well, that, or we all just enjoy looking at pictures/articles/websites that poke fun at religious people and their beliefs. A 2-year-old survey of Digg users showed a significant concentration of atheists and agnostics. Because Digg’s [Read More…]