How Did You Come Out As An Atheist?

Greta Christina‘s writing her next book and she wants to know how you came out as an atheist: I want to know: what you said; how you said it; how the person/ people you came out to responded; what the results/ consequences of coming out were; how (if at all) things have changed with time; [Read More...]

Penn Jillette’s Coming to Michigan

Penn Jillette is coming to East Lansing, Michigan on June 6th to promote the paperback version of his book God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales and CFI-Michigan is sponsoring the event. If you’d like tickets, get them while you can! [Read more...]

A Review of God and the Folly of Faith by Victor Stenger

For centuries science and religion have been at war. Both explain, or try to explain, the world around us in their own way. The more we observed, measured, and probed, the less we needed our gods. The gods of biscuits and hairdos soon made way for bakers and hairdressers and the gods of thunder and [Read More...]

Where Are the Atheist Fiction Books?

Robin Hanson wonders why atheists — lovers of truth, so we say — don’t give up fiction: A few days ago I asked why not become religious, if it will give you a better life, even if the evidence for religious beliefs is weak? Commenters eagerly declared their love of truth. Today I’ll ask: if [Read More...]

Why You Need to Read Flagrant Conduct

I just finished one of the best books I’ve read in a long time: Flagrant Conduct by Dale Carpenter. Even though I’ve been supportive of gay rights as long as I can remember, I’m not as well-versed in its history. Early in the book, Carpenter sets us up with where the gay rights movement in [Read More...]


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