A Talk on Raising Humanist Children

Last Sunday, Katherine Ozment, a Boston-based freelance writer, spoke to the Humanist Community at Harvard about how to raise Humanist children:

I haven’t had a chance to watch this yet, so if any parts really stand out to you, please leave the timestamp and summary in the comments! [Read more...]

Why Do People Love Books About Heaven?

Simply mentioning near-death experiences now have publishers salivating at the mouth like Pavlov’s dog. A USA Today piece by Craig Wilson begs the question: Are publishers now in Seventh Heaven with these near-death memoirs? [Read more...]

27% of Americans Believe God Wants Their Team to Win

In light of this Sunday’s Super Bowl match-up, the Public Religion Research Institute polled over 1,000 Americans on their feelings on the entanglement of sports and religion. (Note: The survey is limited to sects of Christianity and a broad “unaffiliated” group. I wish they had included other groups, but so it goes.)

As it turns out, 27% of those surveyed think that God plays a role in determining which team will win a sporting event. A majority of those surveyed (53%) also think that God rewards faithful athletes with “good health and success.” [Read more...]

Atheist Group Raises Money for Charity By Selling Hugs

The University of Saskatchewan Freethought Alliance recently raised over $1,000 for Doctors Without Borders by selling hugs:

I would’ve gotten the one with the awkward silence bonus. [Read more...]

Atheist Rapper Ensomniak’s Latest Song: ‘He’s Coming Back’

I’ve been waiting a long time for rapper Ensomniak to release a new song. Like, at least a week.

But he just released a new digital track called “He’s Coming Back” and the song is just as amazing as his first one. [Read more...]


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