The Atheist Experience: Hooray, Mormons!
An object-lesson in dealing on your doorstep.
Group organizes to be 'good without God' -- baltimoresun.com
Clear evidence that the various atheist billboards are serving a useful purpose. Unfortunately the comments on this article may lead you to despair. (Via RD.net)
Febrile nitwits and the hacked climate change emails : Pharyngula
Before we throw up our hands in horror, let's have a look at the facts.
Intelligent design is not science | Denis Alexander | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
A somewhat half-hearted rebuttal of Alastair Noble's article. (Read mine.)
I am leaving the JREF Presidency | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine
Definitely a surprise.
Are atheists really fundamentalists? - Telegraph
A slightly equivocal report of the debate I recently attended. Even though Nigel Farndale says he voted against the motion (as did I), his article contains some nonsensical assertions — for instance: "The professor of philosophy seemed to have no idea how insulting he was being to the bishop when he compared his belief to the belief a child has in fairies, pixies and goblins." The professor of philosophy was of course A.C. Grayling, the least insulting debater I have ever heard. The idea that this comparison is insulting lies at the heart of the problem the so-called new atheists have with religion, which unjustly claims immunity from offence by right.
Hey Religious Believers, Where's Your Evidence? | Belief | AlterNet
Greta Christina examines the evidence religious believers offer in support their beliefs. Or she would if they offered any.