Santeria is a religion that originated in Africa and is now most often practiced in the Caribbean and southern states. It ties many of its beliefs, rituals and symbolism in with Catholicism, but takes it to a whole new, creepy level. Here are 6 of the creepiest things about Santeria: 1. Zombies – These aren’t your
GM Note: In the spirit of Halloween, I thought I would tell you guys a more chilling story. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that I am an atheist because I have never had anything truly inexplicable happen to me that most would attribute to some supernatural force. I have. I have had
A new video about whether or not you can actually indoctrinate your kids with atheism. What do you think? Let me know in the comments.
On Twitter, recently, a new hashtag has been making the rounds. #NormalizeAtheism is the brain baby of atheist activist Mark Nebo, who is otherwise known for his founding of Be Secular and co-hosting the Ra-Men podcast. The goal of the hashtag is, as it sounds, to build awareness for atheism, make evident our numbers and encourage
Aside from feeling a powerful urge to gouge your eyes out with a shredded Bud Light can while they talk, you wanna know the easiest way to tell if someone is a fucking idiot? Ask them to explain why they hold a certain opinion. An intelligent person will provide evidence. An idiot will drool all over more of
As an atheist, I had already considered Carl Sagan an absolute treasure, and someone who left both a massive mark and a gaping hole in our world. His calm but passionate demeanor, his sheer intelligence and his infectious love for unravelling nature’s mysteries made him an absolute one-of-a-kind. He passed his torch on to one
In response to a question from a freshly deconverted atheist. Should atheists continue to celebrate religious holidays? What do you think? Let me know in the comments.
I saw this meme on Imgur last night: and I had to respond: What do you think of the Amish way of life? Let me know in the comments!
Trying to find other like-minded people to befriend can be hard as a new atheist. I’ve been an atheist all my life, but I still experience this to some extent. Most recently, when I moved to the town I am in now this past March. It’s not necessarily something we all want to say up
I know you’ve been waiting a while for this announcement, and I apologize for the wait – It took some time for the prizes to arrive. Before I let you know though, I have to thank Lawrence Krauss, Peter Boghossian, Simon and Schuster, Shelley Segal, Keith Hebden, Andy Hobson and Dan Dana for donating prizes