Tennesseeans may be protecting the religious rights handler venemous snakes—but what about the poor snakes? Or the people those snakes might poison?
The Case For God's Existence Is Empowering Atheists
January 15, 2014
Ross Douthat is Wrong About Me (and God)
January 07, 2014
More cluelessness attacks on atheism in the New York Times
Ross Douthat Is On Another Erroneous Rampage Against Secularism
December 26, 2013
The New York Times columnist's Christmas musings show he just doesn't understand atheists.
The Atheist's Guide to Christmas
December 21, 2013
Your official Atheists' Guide to Christmas: How to discuss—and enjoy!—Santa, Carols, and even the birth of Jesus.
America Could Elect An Atheist President. Really!
December 10, 2013
In Politico Magazine, Jennifer Michael Hecht has an intriguing and heartfelt piece about whether we will see an atheist president of the United States anytime soon.
Einstein's Famous Quote About Science and Religion Didn't Mean What You Were Taught
December 04, 2013
Albert Einstein offers to solace to believers
Hipster Jesus Is Coming to an Atheist Church Near You
November 11, 2013
Twenty-first-century atheists—especially the ones who write prominent books like The God Delusion, The End of Faith and God Is Not Great—have earned a reputation for being as dogmatic as the religious fundamentalists they decry.
The BBC and Deepak Chopra Buy Into a Woomeister
Interview: Richard Dawkins Keeps Making New Enemies
October 28, 2013
Richard Dawkins first became famous for his pioneering work in evolutionary biology, but these days his reputation stems mostly from his no-holds-barred advocacy of atheism. On Twitter, his attacks on religion are blistering and relentless. Sample tweet: “I’m not ‘intolerant’ of your belief in a virgin birth. Please be tolerant of my right to tolerate your belief but call it stupid.” But in his new memoir, An Appetite For Wonder, Dawkins reveals a softer side. The book covers his childhood—including his struggles with a stammer and nasty teachers—and his discovery of the beauty of science.