Category Archives: Atheism
Just uploaded my first in my series reviewing this book. Let me know what you think.
Christmas, more than any other time of the year, is full various religious rituals, so the question of how deal with them comes up often. Theists, and even other atheists, often have trouble understanding why I (and many other atheists) … Continue reading
So every Christmas for the last several years American Atheists put up billboards. For those who don’t know, this is the one they decided to use this year: Now, I personally have mixed feelings about the billboard. I generally … Continue reading
I had a disappointing experience this last week when a fellow skeptic (and person I had previously thought of as a friend) viciously attacked me, and ended that friendship over what I thought was a fairly minor disagreement. It’s experiences … Continue reading
This video left me astounded at how much awful can be vested into a single human being. From Americans Against the Tea Party. Archbishop Robert Carlson, former chancellor of the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul, testified last month that … Continue reading
This is one of the stranger articles I’ve ran across lately. Contraception: The Gateway to Moral Decay It starts by accurately quoting some statistics from a Gallup poll. At the top of Gallup’s list of 19 issues was contraception, of … Continue reading
I just got through watching the debate that Matt Dillahunty did with Sye Ten Bruggencate. During the debate I noticed engaging in a tactic that I’ve dealt with many times in the various conversations and debates I’ve had over they … Continue reading
YouTube video where I discuss the theist argument that atheism is a religion. Let me know what you think, constructive feedback always welcome.
New video up in my review series for the book Illogical atheism.
While I usually find myself addressing the more fundamentalist/evangelical Christians on my blog and elsewhere online, I also often find myself discussing religion with liberal Christians. While in the conversations I often find myself confronted with the question of why … Continue reading