To promote their new book Atheist Mind, Humanist Heart: Rewriting the Ten Commandments for the Twenty-first Century, authors Lex Bayer (a Silicon Valley entrepreneur) and John Figdor (the Humanist chaplain at Stanford University) held a contest in which atheists could suggest their own Commandments. Each winner would receive $1,000. (Disclosure: I was one of the judges.)
Reader Brian was visiting the Holyoke Mall in Massachusetts when he came across the strangest vending machine you’ll ever see…
It was selling books about Creationism written by Ken Ham:
All you have to do is make a video explaining who you are, why you’re open about your non-theism, and how it’s affected your life — and you could be in the running to win $1,000!
Before his death this past August, Dr. Victor J. Stenger was a prolific writer, cranking out books on everything from atoms to the universe itself. The folks at Prometheus Books would like to give away a collection of four of his most popular books: God: The Failed Hypothesis, God and the Folly of Faith, God [Read More...]