'Atheism' Archive

Follow the Law!

December 24th, 2009 / Atheism, Humor, Newswire, Religion / 10 comments

Can't get through the season without saying something about the annual "War on Christmas," that perverse ritual when Bill O'Reilly, Bill Donohue and the whole gang of U.S. cultural conservatives ...

It’s Not Nice To Criticize People’s Myths

November 8th, 2009 / Atheism, Critical Thought, Religion / 21 comments

Editorials slamming "new atheism" as "strident," "tedious," "uninformed," or the kicker, "fundamentalist" crop up every week like new mushrooms sprouting ...

Never Expect Good Advice From A Believer

April 22nd, 2009 / Atheism / 7 comments

I always have great sympathy for closeted atheists and agnostics. They are forced to dance between their true feelings, questions and ...

Dawkins on Minnesota Public Radio

March 4th, 2009 / Atheism, Newswire / No comments

MPR: Dawkins seeks more converts to atheism. Overall, a good interview. The host comes across as somewhat hostile at first. But she's just throwing the typical objections at him, which ...

The Atheist Bus Sides

February 8th, 2009 / Atheism, Marketing, Newswire, Religion / 12 comments

Religion has never needed much prodding to demonstrate its hypocrisy. It's almost a weekly perp-walk of the clergy across the world stage with their sexual indiscretions. Then there's the lying ...

New-Age ‘Spiritual Living’ Confusion

February 6th, 2009 / Atheism, Newswire, Religion / 3 comments

Wow, I shouldn't be surprised any more, but I always am. It seems the new-agers take the same apologetics used by religion, then add on top their notions of universal ...

The Free Will Argument

December 20th, 2008 / Atheism, Bigotry, Critical Thought / 22 comments

Right-wing bloggers and pundits churn out a steady stream of cookie-cutter articles insisting on the "impossibility" of moral atheism, and presenting ...

Harvard Crimson Prints “Atheism is Faith” Canard

December 16th, 2008 / Atheism, Newswire, Religion / 11 comments

The Church of Atheism By DHRUV K. SINGHAL Its standard-bearers swarm across oceans and mountains, propagating a vitriolic doctrine of bigotry and intolerance ...

They Can Dish It Out, But They Can’t Take It

November 23rd, 2008 / Atheism, Bigotry, Newswire, Religion / 3 comments

Controversial 'Imagine No Religion' billboard removed in Rancho Cucamonga A billboard with the message "Imagine No Religion" is no more. Sign company General Outdoor removed the sign by ...

Pastor Acknowledges Arguments of New Atheism

August 16th, 2008 / Atheism / 57 comments

Rev. Samuel Krouse, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Colusa, California, has written a revealing article on the "new atheism." In it, ...

More Lazy Anti-Atheist Bigotry

July 20th, 2008 / Atheism, Newswire / 5 comments

Believe it or Not Thanks to vjack from Atheist Revolution for pointing out one more silly and lazy example of a column (linked above), this time by ...

It’s Important to Keep Stirring the Pot

July 16th, 2008 / Atheism, Newswire, Religion / 7 comments

At PoliGazette, Michael Merritt reprises the age-old argument about so-called 'militant atheism.' He cites PZ Myers (misspelling his name) and "crackergate" as an example of "rubbing it in the ...

Cleansing the Public Square

July 12th, 2008 / Atheism, Humor, Religion / 14 comments

Religious messages on personal or commercial property are protected speech, and I would never dream of touching or damaging someone's car, church sign, or ...

KULR-TV Interviews Sean Prophet

July 7th, 2008 / Atheism, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Religion, Television / 15 comments

I was approached by KULR's (Billings, MT) Kathy Weber back in June to do an interview regarding CUT's 50th anniversary. Given all the ...

On LinkedIn? Join the Atheist Network

May 18th, 2008 / Atheism, Newswire / 4 comments

Ronaldo Menezes created the LinkedIn atheist network. The professional world seems to be the last bastion against discussing your religious beliefs or lack thereof. (Wouldn't want to lose that job ...

The “Radio Wave” Argument

April 12th, 2008 / Atheism, Critical Thought, Science / 10 comments

"People in the middle ages didn't know about radio waves, yet they were everywhere. They just didn't have receivers in those days. How can ...