Search results for "Bible Stories"

A game show based on the Bible?

Are you familiar with the Bible and still mysteriously think it's the word of God? Well, there's a new trivia game for you hosted by the King of Rednecks himself, Jeff Foxworthy, called "American Bible Challenge". Fresh off his last terrible game show (you may remember it was all about humiliating adults by proving a 6th grader knew more trivia), this new one aims to pit teams of believers against one anoth ...

Read more

Woman’s punishment for DUI is reading the Bible

So you fucked up. You drove drunk, smashed into another car, and injured the passengers. Now you're part of the legal system, and at the mercy of very human, and very flawed human beings who have a very tenuous grasp on the separation of church and state. The result is probation, and an odd book report on the book of Job. Such is the fate of Cassandra Tolley, who wound up agreeing to this strange request fr ...

Read more

Bible Story Bonus Show is out!

Hey guys, for those of you not yet signed up for your free membership, you might change your mind once you find out that Part 2 of our Moses Trilogy is now up. If you loved part 1, you won't want to miss out. You could also sign up and have access to all the other Bible stories too if you become a member for 20 bucks a year. It's a great deal and helps us continue to do what we do. ...

Read more

Atheist Bible?

In general, I find atheists need a unifying tome about as much as men need nipples. I'm of the opinion that to properly educate yourself on morality, ethics and philosophy, you need more than what a single book can provide; you need a lifetime of education, thought and what some would call "soul searching"; the act of reflecting on one's actions. Our general dislike of sacred tomes hasn't bothered Professor ...

Read more

Texas jury uses the Bible to convict man to death

The law scares me. It's not because I think justice is impossible, or I'll somehow end up victimized by it. However, there is always a moment in our lives when we may run up against it, and if such a moment ever arose for me, I am utterly terrified at the prospect of being judged by a jury of my peers. Reading stories like this one reminds me only a small minority of people actually bother using their logic ...

Read more

TGA Podcast Ep: 325

This week, I'm proud to announce the completion of "Bible Stories"! After years of talking about it, the book is finally available for sale. So after listening to the show, be sure and support us by buying your copy today! ...

Read more

TGA Podcast: Episode 316

Due to popular demand, this episode of The Good Atheist Podcast is another Bible Stories to whet your appetite about the upcoming book. My guest host, Tom Badger, was kind enough to come on the show to discuss the Book of Job, and have a brief conversation about why I hate J. J. Abrams and what he did to my beloved Universe. Forty-five minutes of goodness you won't want to miss. ...

Read more

How did I miss this?

Shame on me for not reading my YouTube email account more often. A fan made this awesome video shortly after I began the campaign for the Bible Stories Indigogo pre-sale, and I've just now discovered it. Now, I don't know if I like it simply because I'm in it, but does that really matter? Thanks for the shout out, dazzletag, and my apologies for not posting this up sooner! ...

Read more

You may already own a copy of “The Essentials DVD”

Remember a few months ago when TGA launched its Bible StoriesĀ Kickstarter campaign (well, eventually it was Indiegogo, but those were heady times)? Well, one of the incentives to sign up for the more expensive packages (100$ and up) included a free copy of "The Essentials DVD". Now, I've been slowly emailing everyone on that list, but just in case I've missed you, be sure to send me an email so I can send y ...

Read more

Who wants to fund a monument to ignorance?

Remember last year when I put up Bible StoriesĀ on Kickstarter? I remember being nervous that I would have to live down the embarrassment of failing to attract enough potential buyers for the book. That's why I tried to come up with a conservative estimate of how many people would buy it. Luckily, it ended up being a huge success (after an initial moment of sheer panic when we moved the campaign to Indiegogo ...

Read more
Scroll to top