Talking the 'Hereafter' With Atheists and Believers

Today's guest blogger is Nicholas Lang, an intern at Interfaith Youth Core and a senior at DePaul University. Lang co-founded the Queer Intercollegiate Alliance and is head of campus outreach for the Secular Humanist Alliance of Chicago. He's previously written for NonProphet Status about his personal journey as a queer agnostic interested in interfaith work, about Park51 and the state of American dialogue and  on the ramifications of “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day.” Without further ado:A couple … [Read more...]

The Assault on Dialogue: Thoughts on Park51

Today's guest post in our ongoing series of guest contributors comes from Nicholas Lang, who previously submitted a guest piece reflecting on the ramifications of "Everybody Draw Muhammad Day." In today's post, Nick considers Park51 and the state of American dialogue. This one's lengthy but is totally worth your time -- take it away, Nick!America is a nation of 300 million experts.This phenomenon is everywhere. For proof, see: news articles that ask high school students their thoughts on … [Read more...]

Introducing Some Other NonProphets

Hey folks! I've got a few big projects in the works right now (how vague and ambiguous...), so, to keep NonProphet Status fresh amidst my busyness, I've recruited a few worthy guest bloggers to populate it with content over the next few weeks. In the past, I've been honored to feature some pretty incredible guest posts from the likes of Tim Brauhn, Jessica Kelley, Nick Mattos, Sayira Khokar, Rory Fenton, Nate Mauger, Kate Fridkis, Andrew Fogle, Miranda Hovemeyer, Nat DeLuca, Mary Ellen Giess, Je … [Read more...]


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