Monthly Archives: June 2016

Christophobic Activists Actually Try to Blame Christians for Orlando Massacre

As I am sure you have heard, a Muslim extremist murdered dozens of people at an Orlando dance club after pledging his allegiance to ISIS on a 911 call.  What’s interesting to watch are the various activists around the internet … Continue reading

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Atheist Activist Claims Atheists are Victims of Microaggressions

Trigger Warning: Atheist Activist logic will be subjected to critical thinking Miri Mogilevsky is a feminist atheist who is complaining about “Christian privilege.”  According to Mogilevsky, atheists are routinely victimized by microaggressions from Christians.  What are microaggressions?  She explains them … Continue reading

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Expand My Focus?

For over four years, I have focused on the New Atheist movement.  But as I have mentioned many times before, it sure looks like this movement is on the decline.   The final straw was the Reason Rally.  When the Reason … Continue reading

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Good without God

The core message of atheist activism is that the world would be a better place without religion.  At best, this message is wishful thinking.  We can know this because we have an example of a community without religion – the … Continue reading

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Friendly Atheist Can’t See the Elephant in the Room

The Friendly Atheist is dismayed by the fact that the 2016 Reason Rally was a flop: That wasn’t supposed to happen. After all, our community has grown over the past four years, there was no rain this time around, and … Continue reading

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Reason Rally 2016 Was a Flop

From RNS: Organizers had hoped for an attendance of 30,000, higher than the estimated 20,000 at the first Reason Rally in 2012 — when crowds contended with pouring rain. They estimated by mid-afternoon that 15,000 to 20,000 were in attendance … Continue reading

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Reason Rally Throws New Atheism Under the Bus

June 4th is the big day for “Reason.”  Or so we are told.  The truly interesting development is how the Reason Rally appears to indicate the further demise/decline of the New Atheist Movement. 1. The first Reason Rally truly came … Continue reading

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