Pope attempts to recruit German bigots

Over the weekend, the Pope arrived in Germany on a tour designed to try and recruit Protestants and other estranged Christians who have grown tired of their religion's increasing acceptance of homosexual marriage. Knowing, too, the value of family and marriage, we as Christians attach great importance to defending the integrity and the uniqueness of marriage between one man and one woman from any kind of mi ...

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Latest Bonus Show is up

If you loved our "Bible Stories", then you won't want to miss this week's Bonus Show as we pick our favorite of the 613 laws of the Pentateuch. If you become a member today, not only will you get this show and our huge back-catalog of episodes, you'll also benefit from extra shows every month! You're already hooked to the show, now get more of your fix for 20 bucks a year. ...

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7 Reasons why the Wizard of Oz is the work of Satan

Before listening to the enlightening sermon of Pastor David Grice, I thought the Wizard of Oz was a whimsical musical featuring a talented cast of actors bringing a classic tale to life. Little did I realize that it's actually a psychotic story of a young murderer and her unwitting accomplices. Yes, the Wizard of Oz is Satanic, and with the help of David's hilariousĀ sermonĀ (he reminds me of a chubbier Will ...

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German legislators plan to boycott Pope’s speech

When abuse allegations started popping up against the Catholic Church, Germany was one of those countries that, like Ireland, had suffered mightily at the hands of the clergy. When they opened up a hotline for victims of sexual abuse, they received 2700 calls after only 3 days. The Vatican, aware that it's about as popular as mouth herpes, is setting off to Germany in a vain attempt to discuss how Protestan ...

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Jesus Camp 2: Singapore Edition

Remember Becky Fisher? She's the nutjob behind Jesus Camp, and while that terrible nightmarish camp was shut down following the movie, it appears that she hasn't slowed down one bit. Here she is in Singapore doing the exact same shtick, with the added element of "teaching" kids how to raise the dead. She also has them pray for America to be "changed": it seems she's rather unsatisfied with "democracy" and i ...

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Reality is enough for me, thanks.

Ever since Conservapedia put up a link to TGA declaring that there was "no such thing as a Good Atheist", we've been getting a lot of great comments in a number of articles. The best one so far has to be from "Bob", who is convinced that not only do we not exist, but that life on earth wouldn't be worth living if it wasn't for his imaginary buddy: I want to know just one thing, if there is NO God, NO afterl ...

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I gets mail

A fan - who shall remain anonymous for reasons that will be clear in the email - sent me a letter I thought I would share with the rest of you. I'm not the best at giving advice to people in awkward situation like his, but since this is an atheism site, readers are bound to have opinions that they're only too happy to share. Hi Jake, How do I ask my boss for Friday off to attend the Texas Freethought Conven ...

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5 Life Lessons I learned from “The Unbeatables”

You can learn a lot from a video. Did you know that all drugs, once your brain is "on them", will resemble a fried egg? I know this for a fact because Rachel Leah Cook smashed someone's house up with a frying pan to prove it. Clearly, lessons abound in the digital format, so I thought it might be nice to extract some lessons of our own from this Christian cartoon courtesy of NuBeat Music (a Christian music ...

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New Bonus Podcast up, and it’s free!

If I've learned anything from drug dealers, it's that you should always make sure that people can sample your goods. So with that comforting thought in mind, be sure to sign up now and benefit from a free Bonus Show. This week, I put Ryan through the wringer by asking him select questions from the "teacher's guide" to the crockumentary (I know it's not a word, but what else can I call it?) "God of Wonders". ...

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Why is Christianity growing in China?

If you were hoping that China would be immune from faith-pimps because of their long history of non-belief, then I apologize in advance for shattering your delusion. Not only is there a strong tendency for superstition in the country, they appear just as vulnerable as the rest of us to religious nonsense. How else can you explain the rise of Christianity in the East? It is impossible to say how many Christi ...

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