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Several months after it was filed, the $58 million lawsuit against Richard Dawkins has finally been resolved.
Not all atheists deny the existence of all gods and not all of those who do claim absolute certainty.
While various supernatural and religious beliefs have historically served as the root of many of the world’s conflicts, since 2013 there has been a surge in violent retaliation to any opposition or criticism of religious or philosophical views.
Evolution is a scientific subject, but sometimes it seems to be the subject of more non-scientific debate than genuine scientific discussion.
Michael Newdow, an atheist activist, is pursuing legal action for the second time to have the “In God We Trust” motto removed from U.S. currency.
While the U.S. public in general is becoming less religious, the nation’s youngest adults are by many measures much less religious than everyone else.
A borough resident has taken issue with some of Morris County’s historic preservation grants going to the preservation of churches and other houses of worship — and is pursuing that issue in court.
Atheism can replace this need for an artificial reality, but atheists misunderstand why people are religious, and through this misunderstanding the solution goes unrealized.
And Atheists Just Announced a Plan to Rally Them for 2016.
Do Atheists Think They’re Better than the Smartest People Who’ve Been Theists?
If I had a dollar for every time one these shame bombs was dropped in the comment section of a Christian blog or tweeted out or left in a Facebook thread, I’d have enough money to finally fulfill my lifelong dream of becoming Batman.
The Secular Coalition for America, a lobbying group with atheist, humanist and other nonbeliever member organizations, has hired a Christian as its new executive director.
The Unicoi County Board of Education will consider a resolution addressing the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s request for the Christian flag to be removed from the board’s public meeting room.
President Obama can never seem to win with Republicans, who seem to attack him for not talking about the Bible enough and then attack him even harder when he does.
The nonreligious organization requesting the removal of a cross from Wilmore’s water tower has sent another letter, rejecting the city’s argument that a contract with Asbury University prevents the cross from violating the law.
Everywhere across America, there are regular conflicts over teaching creationism in public schools.
Weekly attendance at Church of England services has fallen below 1 million for the first time – bolstering the argument for a secular state.
Shared animosity toward Tehran fosters a new push for closer ties.
On “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson fielded a question from a teenage viewer who wanted to know if it is a sin to listen to rock music.