Black female atheist Mandisa Thomas brings her thunder to Milwaukee on September 27th

The African American female demographic is one of the most religious in the United States. Mandisa Thomas is out to change that. It’s very difficult to come out as an atheist in a predominantly religious black culture. For those with the wits to see past the smoke and mirrors of organized religion, there is help,... Read more »

Richard Dawkins has every right to say Islam needs a feminist revolution

“I would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freedom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people.” – Rosa Parks This article isn’t about if Islam needs a feminist revolution, it’s about Richard Dawkins right to say it. Recently Darwin’s modern bulldog tweeted, “Islam needs a feminist revolution. It... Read more »

Have you explored ancient Egypt?

Everyone should be an Egyptologist. Three thousand years of well-preserved history. It is a gift. Everything is there. Culture, religion, politics, war, peace, commerce, wealth, power, poverty, victories, defeat, failure, success, rises and falls, fashion, love, beauty, art, music. And ancient Egypt still lives in our culture. Our calendars, the way we judge in the... Read more »
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Exposing the fallacies of William Lane Craig’s Kalam Cosmological argument

Don’t expect an apologist to give an honest debate. William Lane Craig’s Cosmological argument is a classic example of this. It’s a laughably dishonest attempt to validate blind devotion to the nonsensical babblings of long dead ignorant bigots claiming to speak for God. Transcript: The Kalam Cosmological Argument Does God exist? Or is the material... Read more »

Scott Walker – The voices in my head come from God

Good news! Good news! The divine prophet has arrived to become President of the United States and save our country and the planet. Move over Abraham, Jesus, and Mohammed, there’s a new man in town. There are currently 3,000 men and one woman running for President in the Republican Party, but only one of them... Read more »

Glenn Beck’s daddy concept of God

There are grown men who still need a daddy. They need one so badly that if they don’t have a real one, they’ll make one up. It’s like a lonely child with an imaginary friend. I don’t understand this at all. My daddy’s been dead for 25 years. I no longer need a daddy, I... Read more »
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If lemurs evolved from monkeys, why do we still have monkeys?

If you ask someone who’s ignorant about evolution, they’ll make a comment like if humans evolved from monkeys, why do we still have monkeys? If you ask someone who’s knowledgeable about evolution, they’ll tell you that humans did not evolve from monkeys, but share a common ancestor. Why are there lemurs in Madagascar, but not... Read more »

Being an atheist doesn’t mean you’re secular, being secular doesn’t mean you’re an atheist

Secularism means no persecution and no special privileges based on religious beliefs. It’s that simple. The foundation of secularism is the separation of church and state. Government institutions are not to look and act like churches. There is not a court of law specifically for Catholics, and another one for Baptists, and another one for... Read more »

Clarence Thomas – A clown in blackface with no human dignity

George Takei recently called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a “clown in blackface” for making extremely disturbing and misguided statements about the government’s role in human dignity. Unfortunately many people cried racist over the term blackface and completely missed the point. A white man wearing black makeup to portray a black man (typically as a... Read more »
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Thanks to all the Christians who support gay marriage

A whole lot of people have added the rainbow colors to their profile pictures in social media. They have let their positions be known. Many of them are Christian who, unless they told you, you would not know where they stood on the issue. I wrote a scathing article about Mike Huckabee and his ISIS... Read more »