Last year, I had the chance to talk to former evangelical preacher (and current Humanist chaplain) Bart Campolo — and it was a fascinating conversation about how atheists perceive death and how Bart parted ways with his famously Christian father Tony.
Bart is one of those guys whose personal story and message of hope (yes, even for atheists) really needs to be shared.
That’s why I’m so excited that a filmmaker has been working on a documentary about the father and son. You can see the trailer below:
An ex-Muslim on Reddit is celebrating getting out of Saudi Arabia and moving to Canada, where he was born.
When he first moved to Saudi Arabia, he was a devout Muslim who “supported apostasy laws,” but he soon realized the horrors of living under Sharia Law — especially when he saw that gay people were being thrown off roofs for the “crime” of homosexuality.
Fair warning: the video below describing his journey is graphic: