Skepticon Needs You!

The free, massive, amazing Skepticon conference in Springfield, Missouri takes place November 21-23, and registration is still open! (You’ll want to sign up before all the seats fill up, even though there’s no cost.)

Keep in mind that the reason it’s free is because generous atheists are willing to make donations to cover the costs. If you have some spare dollars, please consider chipping in, too!



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MSNBC Discusses Atheist Airman Who Doesn’t Want to Swear an Oath to God

Monica Miller, the attorney who works for the American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center, appeared on MSNBC today to talk about the Air Force service member who may be rejected from re-enlistment because he doesn’t want to sign an oath with the words “So Help Me God”:



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When Attending Church, Always Bring a Smartphone

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses why a smartphone is your friend at church:



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Mike Huckabee Knows That Christians Will Eventually Defeat Muslims Because the Bible Tells Him So

Holy War might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but former Arkansas Governor and 2008 Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee is pretty excited about it. You see, like other right-wing religious luminaries, he’s… well, got a book. And, what do you know? That book tells him how a religious war between Muslims and Christians turns out. (Hint: it’s not the same ending Islamic radicals find in their book. Someone’s going to be disappointed!)



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Thanks to Christians Wanting to Distribute Bibles, Orange County (FL) Schools Will Soon Give Away Satanist Literature

In January of 2013, World Changers of Florida, Inc. held Bible distributions at a number of public high schools in Orange County, Florida. No student would be forced to take one, but there would be a table set up where interested students could take a copy if they wanted:

This alone could have been illegal, but the Orange County School Board agreed that non-Christian groups could also have a distribution if they wanted. The Central Florida Freethought Community (CFFC) called their bluff and planned their own giveaways.

The only problem was that their books were heavily censored:

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