The folks over at popeaccountability.org did quite an extensive review on the pope’s accountability for crimes against humanity. They offer a free pdf version of their review on their page, I suggest you check that out (don’t worry, it includes a … Continue reading
As a follow up on my recent post “Teach the controversy?” I found an actual example of what that would look like. Mind you that this is an actual page taken from a school book used in the U.S.A., and … Continue reading
There are ten times as many atheist as mormons, when will non-believers become a political force? This is the main question Adam Lee openly asks himself, and it makes a very good read. “Some corporations have been accused of having … Continue reading
Peter Brietbart just posted a teaser of his upcoming short documentary “Madman or something else” and I must say, it looks very promising! A little info I copied from his page: Jesus of Nazareth was an awful moral philosopher. He compares … Continue reading
Sam Harris did a nice TED talk last year about how we do not need, nor should want, religion to answer questions of morality. I’m a big Harris fan and in addition to watching this video I suggest you take … Continue reading
“Depending on how your childhood went, you may remember a time period when you first began to doubt Santa Claus’s existence, but you still believed that you were supposed to believe in Santa Claus, so you tried to deny the … Continue reading
A neat little initiative over at Wearscience, they offer a complete “teach the controversy” t-shirt section. Obviously it wouldn’t be such a problem to teach a controversy, if only there was one! Go check it out!
“We calculate that the human species has been around now for about 100,000 years. In order to believe the Christian message you have to believe this. For those 100,000 years, people were born, died, usually, many of them in child … Continue reading
Allright kids, winning a quiz has never been so easy! Who knew there where actually two stupid answers, to one question! Sit back, relax, and watch the bible get torn apart by three stick figures. Where’s your god now?