Monthly Archive: March 2016
Yesterday a member of the public asked me, “What could secular humanism have done to prevent today’s slaughter in Brussels?” Here (aside from a very few edits) is how I answered:http://bit.ly/1ZB4yul
It’s for the best that this lawsuit isn’t going anywhere.http://bit.ly/1ModhxD
Pro-Bible district changes mind about religion in school after being forced to hand out Satanic fliers
A Colorado school district that allowed Gideon Bibles to be distributed to students wants to remove religion from its schools after it was forced to also make atheist and Satanic literature available.http://bit.ly/1PtDp4Q
The City Council is shutting out non-Christian perspectives.http://bit.ly/1UcFfPI
There’s a pivotal scene in freethinker Lorraine Hansberry’s 1959 play A Raisin in the Sun in which matriarch Lena Younger tries to put the fear of God in her rebellious, politically conscious daughter Beneatha. Beneatha, an Afrocentric atheist, has been mouthing off about God’s non-existence and irrelevance, proclaiming “Mama…it’s all a matter of ideas and God is just one...
Christians are busily filling their houses with chocolate eggs and rabbits, to mark the anniversary of a botched execution in Golgotha.http://bit.ly/1UcpJ6q
The conflict between science and religion may have its origins in the structure of our brains, researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Babson College have found.http://bit.ly/1pJoizG
In genetics we can look at genetic diversity in everyone and everything and find common genetic traits which would indicate a significant reduction in a given population. This is done by finding and identifying genetic traits that only a small breeding population would have in common and would be subsequently carried down through subsequent generations. If the story of...
The study was called evidence that millennials are “the least religious generation in memory, and possibly in American history.”http://nbcnews.to/1MD2Aly