Behold, I'm now a believer in the unkown!
Added by AgeOfAtheists14 on May 2, 2011 at 6:51pm —
Added by AgeOfAtheists14 on February 20, 2011 at 10:31am —
Added by AgeOfAtheists14 on February 20, 2011 at 10:31am —
Hi all, This is my first post, but be aware that I am in the middle of a marketing frenzy, trying to promote my new book... SO!!
With that in mind, please allow me to submit my latest press release to you, so you can find out a bit more about me, my book, and just what all the fuss is about. I will be sure to come back soon and contribute without $$ dancing around in my head..
all the best..
Added by Ray J. Egan on November 26, 2010 at 6:00pm —
Thank you to the fan in Germany - who has chosen to have their name withheld - for using my pictures and creating this wonderful masterpiece. BRILLIANT!!
By the way, that verse WAS done intentional; I did not mess up and there was no edting error. That verse goes: ...."wake up and enjoy my life each and every single day; said I'm gonna wake up and enjoy my life every and each single day...(that's my own Humanology...)". I "flipped" the words, just because it sounded… Continue
Added by FREETHOUGHT M.C. on January 24, 2010 at 1:54am —
Science and reason are two things that keep on giving every day. They were able to inspire us to live and prosper in this world. Without them we would be unable to cure and eradicate diseases, increase the standard of living, and explore the unexplored terrain. In this new century these are the two most crucial elements that will help us survive by helping us connect with our Earth and stop global warming from destroying our species.
Added by V1ktor on December 7, 2009 at 5:17am —
Since it seems as timely as it did a few months ago, I'm reposting this breakdown of Atheists.
What think ye, freethinkers?
I've been thinking about the many different kinds of freethinkers/atheists/non-theists I run into. Here is my breakdown of the sectarians in the naturalistic "community." I hope this starts a healthy, productive, creative discussion!
A: Angry, aggressive and obsessed with anything anti (a, a, a, non, un. . .)
T: Thoughtful, thinkers and… Continue
Added by Chris Highland on October 29, 2009 at 7:44pm —
There's been a lot of discussion
about Maher's winning the award, and this almost immediate vaccine comment which caused many atheists to cringe. I wrote a little about why I think he deserves the award anyway on my blog
In addition to that, I'd like to add,… Continue
Added by Billy Deaton on October 14, 2009 at 4:19pm —
Well, there seems to be a new one every week, a Christian who claims atheism is a kind of faith. So let's parse this nonsense and explain again the chasm of distinction between belief and non-belief. (You'd think it would be so obvious they aren't the same thing, but you'd be surprised.)
Irish Times Op-Ed writer Breda O'Brien claims
Atheists often appeal to science to underwrite their disbelief, but the decision not to believe in God lies ultimately in the arena of gut… Continue
Added by Angie Jackson on July 25, 2009 at 11:14pm —
Richard Dawkins is a well known atheist who has written many books, namely The God Delusion
. So when he came to Atlanta this past Easter Sunday for a speech and book signing I knew I had to be there. It was the annual American Atheist National Convention that Richard Dawkins blessed us with his presence. His speech was exceptional.
Quote mining became a new topic of discussion this time around. A new term, the quote mining index, indicate how often a quote will be mined out of… Continue
Added by Frank Zappa on April 18, 2009 at 6:00pm —
One of the things that Dawkins spoke about at the convention (for those who weren't able to go) was the interview he had with Ben Stein and how he took what he said to falsely prove his point and hold it against him. A very small part of the interview appeared on Glenn Beck. Whether or not Glenn Beck knew about the true contents of the interview, Glenn Beck was still critical of atheists on his show and pretty much made fun of Dawkins.
My dad is a very avid listener of Glenn Beck and… Continue
Added by Gnome Magic on April 17, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Unfortunately there wasn't free internet access in Emory Hotel so I couldn't make any updates while I was at the Emory Hotel. So here it goes!
Day 1 (Friday):
We (my dad, my sister Vanessa, and myself) left super early that morning. I had a hard time getting to sleep that night because I was so excited so I was pretty tired when I got up at 7am (doesn't help that I went to bed around 3am either). When we got to the convention center at the Emory Hotel I thought it was very… Continue
Added by Gnome Magic on April 12, 2009 at 9:30am —
The drive to Augusta started smoothly until we (me and my sister) hit an hour long traffic jam involving a smashed up semi-truck and other vehical that wasn't even recognizable considering it's doors and other car parts were flung all across the highway. I really hope no one was hurt.
After we made it past the accident it was smooth sailing from there. FIRST LONG DISTANCE TRIP ON MY OWN COMPLETED! YAY! I'm very proud of myself but I also gotta thank my GPS. I very much enjoyed… Continue
Added by Gnome Magic on April 10, 2009 at 1:00am —
Hey gang, here are some highlights from my column at Examiner.com
over the past week!
* I insist that it's okay to be judgmental
about things really are bad
* I worry over… Continue
Added by Paul Fidalgo on March 7, 2009 at 7:49pm —
There are two main approaches that Atheists take when trying to open a religious mind, and release the seed of reason trapped inside. One group, such as Dawkins, Harris, Dennet, use mainly their own reason as a pry bar to try and accomplish this, while another group, people such as Hitchens, Bill Mahr, or any number of other comics like Doug Stanhope, prefer to use the hammer of ridicule to bust the piggy bank wide open. Which method is best?
Most Atheists, I think can appreciate… Continue
Added by Kozz on January 26, 2009 at 9:58pm —
I look at my search engine results quite a bit and have noticed that several people find my blog by typing in the phrase, “How to come out as an atheist” so I’ve decided to write a bit from my own experience for those who are seeking inspiration.
Step One: Realize you’re an atheist. This may seem to be a given but for the longest time people will have the knowledge that they don’t believe in a god and still label themselves otherwise. You’re an atheist. If you can’t share this with… Continue
Added by Kate Holden on December 19, 2008 at 8:31pm —
I would totally buy one, but the design is wack.
love the quote tho. it's all over youtube.
Added by markystar on December 6, 2008 at 12:14am —
we all know how hypocritical christians are, but this site was a real find!
at first i thought it was a joke. but then i realized it was serious.
my favorite line is the tag "atheists burn in hell!"
lol. i'll be happy to burn in the hell that doesn't exist, buddy. clowns, pure and simple.
Added by markystar on November 30, 2008 at 9:45am —
In these off-the-record interviews, neurologist turned playwright, filmmaker and self-described atheist Jonathan Miller filmed conversations with six of today’s leading men of letters and science: biologist and New York Times best-selling author Richard Dawkins
, philosophers Daniel Dennett
and Colin McGinn
, distinguished… Continue
Added by V1ktor on August 14, 2008 at 5:02pm —
This post was imported from Livejournal on 2008.07.18
Tonight, the debate is on between Richard Dawkins
and John Lennox
at the Alys Stephens Center in Birmingham, AL. I'm incredibly excited. I wasn't able to get tickets to this event, but there are going to be multiple casts of it available to watch/listen to.
The Fixed Point Foundation Website
with information on the event and… Continue
Added by Jim Craft on October 3, 2007 at 3:00pm —