Christian Professor to Christian Preacher: Don’t Be a Dick

Preacher John Chisham recently came to St. Cloud State University to preach against homosexuality and loose women and whatever other things appear on those Bingo cards.

But students were ready with a response:

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Daniel Dennett: New Atheist, Philosopher, and… Sailor

Daniel Dennett‘s latest book Intuition Pumps And Other Tools for Thinking will be published next week, so the New York Times spoke with him… as he sailed:

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Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss Discuss New Movie on Toronto Morning Show

Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss, stars of the new documentary The Unbelievers, recently appeared on Global News’ “The Morning Show” to talk about the movie. The interview was much longer than the duo’s recent appearance on CNN (and much more intelligent, too):

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Shades of Black Atheism #14: CEO of Affinis Apparel, Robert Peoples

Robert Peoples is the CEO of Affinis Apparel (pronounced uh-FIN-is) — a clothing company promoting human rights and freethinking through urban indie fashion. Undoubtedly, Robert has been an atheist for more than half of his life, an aspect he concealed from family and friends until recent years. His childhood rearing was geared toward a Christian (specifically Baptist) upbringing in central New Jersey. Although Robert’s mother was involved in the church, her perspective was not a fundamentalist position. Like his mother, Robert believed during his adolescent years that Jesus Christ was his Lord and personal savior and did not condemn others for possessing alternative views about “God.” Robert remembers saying as an adolescent: “I know what the preacher says about homosexuality [and other worldviews], but some of my closest friends are lesbian, gay, Muslim, and atheist, and guess what? They are human beings with love just like me.”

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Oklahoma Freethought Convention 2013 Will Take Place in June

The Oklahoma Freethought Convention is taking place on June 22nd at the Cox Convention Center and if you’re able to attend, you’re probably going to sign up after you watch The Thinking Atheist‘s promo video:

An event like this takes a lot of time, effort, and money to run smoothly, so if you’d like to donate something to help defray the organizers’ costs, you can do that here.

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