A few months ago I dramatically scaled back the activity on SecularVoices in favor of another project that’s dear to me. Here’s what I’ve been up to and what my plans are for SecularVoices.
Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis is doing his best to suck the fun out of Halloween again. To be fair, these gospel tracts are delicious.
Our favorite creationist, Ken Ham, got fired up on Tuesday after Yahoo! reported two teenage girls created dresses made entirely of Planned Parenthood literature, stickers, …
These Twitter accounts are dedicated to deciphering the true message of tweets from Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, and Ken Ham.
Casting Crowns recently toured Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter in Kentucky. What the band’s lead singer, Mark Hall, said about the visit was facepalm-inducing.
With this move, the Good News Club is bringing their normally intensely-protected curriculum out into the public for all of us to see.
Ken Ham launched into a Twitter tantrum today, focused on fake news, the mainstream media, and their anti-Christian agenda.
If you haven’t heard, a documentary is in the works that’s focused on the building of Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter, the protests against it (in which I participated), and the effort that creationists are making to undermine science education in the US.
It’s always fun to see someone who built his career on misinformation lose his mind when someone else represents him or his organization incorrectly.
May the imaginary deity of your choice hold me back if I ever see someone put one of these in my kids’ Halloween bags.