Benny Hinn, the ‘World’s Greatest Scammer,’ Gets Called Out at the Airport

Normally, I hate hecklers, but this is just awesome: Some unnamed guy saw “faith-healer” Benny Hinn walk through the airport and had something to say about him… at least to a reporter after Hinn (and his bodyguards) had already passed by:

Hinn, who is worth $42,000,000 according to the Christian Post, didn’t seem to care what the guy said. Not surprising given that Hinn pretty much ignores or deflects any criticism thrown his way, like suggestions that he preys on the weak and vulnerable and never actually heals them. Silly science. Why let that get in the way of a multi-million-dollar scam?

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What Did We Learn from the Tweets of Atheists and Christians?

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, answers the question: What did we learn from the recent study of atheists and Christians on Twitter?

More posts about the Twitter study are here and here.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the project — more videos will be posted soon — and we’d also appreciate your suggestions as to which questions we ought to tackle next! [Read more...]

Rapper Reyshizz Puts Out a Song Called ‘Atheist’

Rapper Reyshizz is working independently to put out an album called “Transcend” and the first single is the song “Atheist”:

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The Freedom of Religion Must Include the Freedom to Force Our Religion on Everybody Else!

DarkMatter2525 takes a swipe at Texas Governor Rick Perry‘s recent signing of the “Merry Christmas Law”, which allows teachers and students in public schools to say Merry Christmas… something that was already perfectly legal.

At the signing, Perry added: “Religious freedom does not mean freedom from religion.”

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High School Atheist Wins Ingersoll Oratory Contest

Over the weekend, the third annual Robert G. Ingersoll Oratory Contest was held in Washington, D.C. Competitors recite excerpts from the Great Agnostic’s speeches and a panel of judges vote on the best speakers — who receive hundreds of dollars in prizes.

I’m thrilled to say that this year’s winner was Sarah Henry, a high-schooler from Indiana, a camper at Camp Quest Ohio, and a contributor to this site:

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