Look, I know Ark Encounter is going through a rough patch right now... but this accidental mismatch between article and image is so perfect, isn't it?
With a total solar eclipse set to take place a month from now, it's worth taking a few minutes to understand what the heck is going on.This video from Vox does a nice job telling you what's happening, how rare it is, and why you should be excited about it.
After seeing a young Christian apologist on YouTube saying that atheists are foolish for always wanting natural explanations for everything, Rachel Oates offered this gentle (but very well-informed) rebuttal.
It's what you've all been waiting for: A rap about why the Earth is flat, made by a man who just oozes credibility at all turns. He even has finger guns.
Doctors shouldn’t be able to prescribe patients homeopathy, which is “at best a placebo” and a “waste of money,” according to England’s National Health Service.
Ark Encounter just lost its tourism-related tax rebate from the state of Kentucky, but a new story includes several interesting details in light of that decision.None of them make Ark Encounter look good.
It's not the first time this week that Kentucky taxpayers have been screwed out of money by fundamentalist Christians.
It's about time to introduce some diversity to another classic series.
YouTuber Alex J. O'Connor does a nice job running through the arguments conservatives use when they say the U.S. is a Christian Nation... before swiftly rebutting all of them.
We also discussed the least inspirational Mormon story ever, Richard Dawkins' de-platforming, and how the Boy Scouts may allow girls to join before they ever allow atheists.
The best way to prepare for the return of the Messiah, Bryan Fischer said on his radio show this week, is to make sure we're all as anti-gay as possible so that Jesus knows we're fit to govern in the New World Order.
"Crisis pregnancy centers" are usually nothing more than faith-based, anti-abortion facilities that are more interested in the fetus than the woman. They aren't always staffed by doctors or other trained professionals, either.The King County Board of Health in Washington will now force them to put up signs saying “This facility is not a health care facility.”
Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze resigned on Thursday after public records revealed he had called at least one escort service, though there were plenty of other damning accusations as well.Why mention this here? Because Freeze was well-known for talking about his deep Christian faith online and to his players.
I had an idea that other day about one way I might approach blogging so that it requires less time than I've been devoting to it. Since I know some of you are bloggers or have been bloggers in the past, I thought I'd run it by you and see if you've ever tried it. Show More Summary
Ken Ham just posted a lengthy rant attempting to explain why Ark Encounter doesn't want to pay the 50-cent-per-ticket safety fee imposed by the city of Williamstown.But instead of making anyone feel bad for him, Ham just confirmed every stereotype you have about his selfishness.
Comedian (and atheist) Ricky Gervais loves responding to religious people on Twitter, and he shared some of his favorite moments with Seth Meyers.
According to the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Louisiana judge is making first-time drug offenders go through an eight-week Christian program called "Life Choices" at a local church.If they don't do it, their probations might be revoked.
A Cambodian woman insists a calf she found outside her house is a reincarnated version of her late husband.
Richard Dawkins has something to say to the Berkeley radio station that canceled his upcoming event because they claim he has "offended and hurt" people with his "abusive speech" against Islam.
An editor of a Mormon website that published a disturbing story of a young man abandoned by his family after expressing his religious doubts now says the piece was never meant to be published. She was as horrified by it as we were.I believe her apology, and I think the editors should be commended for how they're handling this situation.