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Nonbelievers do not lack a basic moral code — despite what the likes of David Brooks might have you believe
Onur Romano, a founding member of Turkey’s Atheism Association, opens the office and checks the mail. For once, he says, there are no death threats.
"Sometimes they send photos of som…
Fifty-three percent of Americans say they’d be less likely to support an atheist for president, and almost half say they’d be unhappy if a family member married an atheist. Mo Rocca reports on the many consequences that those who come out as non-believers suffer in a nation founded on religious tolerance.
People believe atheists are angrier than believers, yet when innate feeling was measured, atheists did not reveal more irate feelings than others.
An atheist mother in Tennessee says she’s been getting threats on social media after her complaint led to the cancellation of school visits by a preacher nicknamed “Bible Man.”
Horace Turner, aka “Bible Man,” had been visiting…
FAITH: Leaders booted from the Boy Scouts for their atheism now making a huge difference with Camp Quest.
Atheism needs a makeover.
Women and girls have been discriminated against for too long in a twisted interpretation of the word of God.
Ian Harris is a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster whose followers are known as Pastafarians and revere the pasta strainer as a religious garment