The O Project

The O Project was conceived by Hamish MacPherson in 2005. Its mission is twofold: To champion the contributions that humanists and other non believers make to wider society in the fields of social justice, equality and human rights. To promote good relations and cooperation between believers and non believers. This isn’t about trying to convert [Read More...]

Look Who Covered the National Day of Reason

Unfortunately, there has been very little coverage of the National Day of Reason in the American mainstream media, which is unfortunate. But guess who did cover the event, using it as a starting point to discuss the rise of atheism in our country? A British newspaper, of course. The Sunday Telegraph manages to tie together [Read More...]

The Harvest Show

The Harvest Show is an “internationally syndicated live, hour-long, daily television program” for Christian audiences. I’m going to be appearing as a guest on Tuesday morning to talk about I Sold My Soul on eBay. If you’d like to watch the episode, here’s the list of where the show airs! [tags]atheist, atheism, Christian, The Harvest [Read More...]

Bad Eggs

Cacy Cantwell was hired as a manager for Maine Contract Farming in 2003. Maine Contract Farming is a subsidiary of DeCoster farms, which is the “region’s largest brown egg producer.” Cantwell was fired in 2006 for “poor job performance,” even though he had never received any written warnings about this. What was the real reason [Read More...]

Is Publishers Weekly Biased?

Brian Flemming summarizes how books with an atheist perspective are negatively received by Publishers Weekly, a very influential publication in the literary world. (Besides being highly respected, PW reviews are often the first ones you see on Amazon.) He cites negative reviews (or at least negative aspects) of God is Not Great (Christopher Hitchens), The [Read More...]