TIME caught up with the actor and comedian to talk about atheism, things he’d bring to a desert island and champagne in wine glasses.
Do employees of the United States Postal Service have a bone to pick with atheists? A study by a German company that crafts atheist-branded footwear claims they do.
Nonbelievers gathered on the National Mall for the first “Reason Rally” in a display of solidarity for their secular views.
America’s first colonists were a religious lot. Three-and-a-half centuries later, not much has changed: more than 9 in 10 Americans still say they believe in God, according to a new Gallup poll.
Religious studies? So old. Secular studies? Brand spanking new!
Have a question about religion? You ought to ask someone who has completely rejected it.
Much to the disappointment of those praying for him, best-selling author and outspoken atheist Christopher Hitchens does not plan on participating in today’s designated “Everybody Pray for Hitchens Day.”
60% of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. Could big-city atheists be to blame?