"Try again, Richard Dawkins!" says the man who thinks the first pages of the Bible are the only science textbook we ever need.
Jesus was persecuted for his beliefs. Roy Moore is being criticized for his (supposed) actions.There's a difference.
Over at Laughing in Disbelief, Andrew Hall had a great idea. During the "war on Christmas" season, he's ending every post with the following reminder:Hey, thanks for reading! From now until Christmas I’m ending every one of my posts on Laughing in Disbelief with a reminder not to buy your holiday/Christmas/Yule tree from the Boys Scouts of America. Show More Summary
We also talked about the Texas shooting, the non-religious Congressman, and the controversial tactics of ex-Jehovah's Witnesses.
Kathleen Hartnett White is not an expert on the environment, or even a scientist, yet she has been nominated for a position that requires one or both to be effective.
An atheist saved a Christian's life via a bone marrow transplant.But then she had to decide whether she wanted to help him tell his story and bring people to Jesus.
How many violations can one District have before a lawsuit needs to be filed?
These kids trusted their teacher, and he used God and religion to manipulate and abuse them.
If Ken Ham is against abortion, fine.But to pretend that every woman who gets an abortion is somehow ignorant is an insult to their autonomy.
To all our atheists in foxholes, thank you for your service.
Jerry Falwell, Jr. supported Donald Trump when the future president was accused of inappropriately touching women.Now Falwell says he supports the potential senator accused of molesting little girls.
Prayers will, at most, comfort the people saying them. That's it.For politicians who say it, it's the lazy way out.
Perhaps it's a sign of progress that Rep. Jared Huffman's announcement yesterday that he was a "non-religious Humanist" didn't result in any real backlash.
This video producer used to equate criticism of Islam with bigotry against Muslims.That changed after he met Sarah and Muhammad.
I've mentioned Roy Moore more than a few times here at Atheist Revolution. I'm familiar with his work and to say that I'm not a fan would be a massive understatement. Not only is he the sort of far-right conservative with whom I canShow More Summary
This interview will scare you in all the right ways. Because we all need to be vigilant.
I didn't know I hated Christians.I guess I should thank Matt Barber for finally setting me straight on my own beliefs.
Conservative Christians should just accept that Tuesday's Democratic rout was part of God's plan.
This is just more proof that a man who spends a lot of time talking about atheists hasn't done a damn bit of research.
This is the worst possible way to defend Roy Moore.