Atheist Bus Campaign in… Indiana?

If you’re in the Bloomington, Indiana area and you’d like to see atheist buses in your area, there’s a meeting this Friday night to discuss how to make this happen! … We want to put an slogan that will present the positive face of atheism while encouraging discussion about the topic on public transit. This [Read More…]

A Non-Debate Between a Christian and an Atheist

Over the weekend, I was in Columbus, Ohio. I was invited there to do a public talk with a Christian pastor at The Ohio State University. Normally, when you hear about these things, it’s a debate. The speakers will throw out their arguments as to why there is or probably isn’t a God… or where [Read More…]

Support College Atheist Activism in 2009

As I mentioned yesterday, we all know how important it is for colleges to reach out to atheists and for atheists to reach out to each other — especially when they’re surrounded by religion everywhere. The exciting news is that from the beginning of 2008 to the end of it, the number of Secular Student [Read More…]

Supporting the Inclusion of Atheists on Campus

Doctoral student Kathleen Goodman and Professor John Mueller teamed up to write a fantastic article on why colleges should embrace and acknowledge atheists on campuses nationwide. They mention this website a couple times as well. (Woo!) I don’t know whether that version from The Chronicle of Higher Education is the same as the one that [Read More…]

Want to Have Dinner with Michael Shermer in Ohio?

Yeah, you do! Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine and the author of Why People Believe Weird Things and (one of my personal favorites) Secrets of Mental Math, will be giving a talk at The Ohio State University on the evening of February 19th. Before his talk, though, he’ll be eating food. (This is shocking [Read More…]