Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tweety Dawk Gets A Gnu Name

Tweety Dawk tries to rationalize his bigotry: People complaining about “faith-heads”, but it’s concisely factual. Call me “science-head”, “truth-head” or “reality-head”. I won’t complain — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) November 27, 2013 Leading someone named Tony to reply:

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No Evidence Needed

As we all know, militant atheist Jerry Coyne has a history of saying one thing while doing the other. Recently, he posted a blog entry entitled, “A lovely post from a Christian” and the entry was filed under “Christians behaving … Continue reading

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New Humanists: Sincere or Just the Good Cops?

Greg M. Epstein serves as the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University and is supposed to represent an atheist who is critical of New Atheism. Clearly, he and his followers want to distance themselves from New Atheism and its hate, but … Continue reading

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Is Atheism a Religion?

Yes, I know this is supposed to be a common myth about atheists. And several years ago, I would have agreed that atheism is not a religion. But things have changed with the New Atheism movement and it’s leaders, and … Continue reading

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Boghossian Flails Away at a Straw Man

Peter Boghossian has a YouTube video where he defines faith as “Pretending to know things you do not know.” According to Boghossian, when I say that I have faith that God exists, I am pretending to know that God exists … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins: Honey Defender

More and more people find themselves laughing at Richard Dawkins. Now, because of one of his tweets about not being allowed to take his honey on a plane, someone has created a new video game: The objective is to … Continue reading

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Elite Scholars Don’t Have Elite Reasons For Being Non-believers

One of the favorite arguments in the atheist movement is to point to leading scientists and note that a majority of them are atheists. The argument is, of course, pathetic and not much different from trying to score some point … Continue reading

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