Today I received a message from Benjamin Roussey, a Christian who, in all his typical loving Christian ways, thought it would be a good idea to email me and tell me what he thought about atheism. Here’s my response.
It’s the opening of the door to reason and critical thinking that dispels the myth inside all of us.
Pew Research says 56% of Americans feel belief in God is not necessary to be a good person. Watch these pastors fumble their way through saying we’re wrong.
A few Christians in NC caught wind of my complaints about the Good News Club’s unconstitutional access to kids at an elementary school. They’re not happy.
We see this type of reaction often from supporters of the Good News Club or other promoters of religion in public schools. I have no doubt that most of the kids who attend the Good News Club enjoy it. But that’s not the issue here. Often, the abused aren’t aware they’re being damaged.
I’ve been responding on social media to schools that have been promoting sign-ups for the Good News Club. Today, a GNC parent decided to respond, defending the Good News Club and its volunteers. Of course, I responded back.
Recently the Babylon Bee (a Christian satirical website) ran a piece ridiculing atheists and their insistence on evidence for God’s existence. Can you spot the logical fallacies?
Lifetree Cafe will be featuring Dr. Bradley Monton in this week’s program, ‘In the Beginning: An atheist professor considers intelligent design.’
If you’re sick of hearing Christians propping up their atheist strawmen and tearing them down, then attend your local LifeTree meeting on the topic and take its place.
The truth is that I’m nothing less than profoundly grateful. What’s more is that mine is a gratitude I could never have arrived at if I thought earthly life was just the lesser part of our experience.