No Better Time to Support Foundation Beyond Belief

I’ve mentioned on here before that I’m the chair of an organization called Foundation Beyond Belief. It’s a group that puts Humanist values in action, by selecting a variety of charities each month for our members and allowing them to choose how much of their donations go to each one. If you really like the [Read More…]

Random Acts of Kindness

I asked you all what kinds of Atheist Acts of Altruism you do and I heard some really inspiring examples. To be sure, none of these events happened because someone was an atheist (though it gets mentioned). These are just good people reaching out to strangers. Church members don’t have a monopoly on doing things [Read More…]

Atheists in Tulsa Clean Up a Highway

The Atheist Community of Tulsa have adopted their own stretch of highway in Oklahoma and several of them were out there Sunday taking care of it: More photos are here. I love how atheists groups across the country have participated in these Adopt-a-Highway programs. It’s easy to do, gets their name out there, and provides [Read More…]

Atheist Acts of Altruism

Reader Amélie stopped by a McDonald’s recently. When she drove up to pay, the cashier told to put her money back. The person in front of her had paid for her meal… and passed along this card: Since Amélie is an “agnostic who leans towards atheism,” this posed a dilemma. She wasn’t sure what to [Read More…]

Give a Man Enough Rope and He’ll Eventually Hang Himself

You know those movies in which the Villain is about to win? His plan has worked, the Hero’s incapacitated, and everything is going perfectly, but before he finishes off the Hero for good, he starts talking about his own brilliance? He goes on and on and on about why he did it, he wants you [Read More…]