One of the movement’s taglines: “Good is Great”
A new lesson plan will teach 16,000 Irish schoolchildren about atheism, agnosticism and humanism
Surprisingly, some of its most vocal critics are other atheists
Operators will tailor their advice to each caller’s needs and even suggest alternative faiths to ease doubters’ troubled conscience.
And weirdly, it owes its existence to the Ten Commandments.
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.”