Cartoonist Jim Benton explains what’s going through God’s mind…
I’ve posted several videos featuring Anthony Magnabosco walking up to strangers and chatting with them about their religious beliefs and how they came to them. It’s called Street Epistemology.
Christian apologists Dr. Tim McGrew and Tom Gilson recently told audiences that this approach was akin to playing the knockout game and amounted to “baseball bat-level engagement.” (They were referring specifically to Peter Boghossian‘s book.)
Both are ridiculous charges and Magnabosco shows you why in this video:
As someone whose knowledge of architecture boils down to “That building looks tall,” it’s fascinating to see the work of Kacper Chmielewski. He knows that if you visit a lot of cities, especially in Europe, the most beautiful buildings are often tied to a religious faith.
So what would atheist architecture look like? Is that even a thing?
Here are just a few of his designs and descriptions:
Texas pastor Rick Scarborough (below) is one of those people who thinks marriage equality marks the beginning of the end for Christians everywhere.
While nothing will actually change for the worse if gay people can get married, try telling that to him. On a recent conference call for the National Emergency Coalition, Scarborough explained how Christians should prepare to face the death penalty:
Polk County (Florida) Sheriff Grady Judd is the guy who has no idea what the boundary lines are between church and state. He’s given government presents to local churches and delivered sermons at a local church in uniform.
A few days ago, the Freedom From Religion Foundation sent Judd a formal letter of complaint warning him to stop his endorsement of religion while in his position as Sheriff.
So guess what he’s done now?