Love the sinner, hate the sin? That doesn’t work for atheists. But even we can make sense of sin.
I hereby present my “Dishonest Bias Award” to Todd Stames, host of “Fox News & Commentary,” for his piece titled “American Humanist Association sues teacher who prayed for sick student.”
A Pew Research Center survey of American Jews found that 62 percent say being Jewish is mainly a matter of ancestry and culture, while just 15 percent say it’s a matter of religion.
Atheists are sometimes viewed with suspicion, as if they are masking hidden values and questionable morals.
Widespread support exists for making Papua New Guinea officially a Christian nation, possibly banning non-Christian religions. We have ample evidence that theocracies don’t work.
For many years, I’ve been encouraging atheists and humanists to organize and cooperate in order to change the culture.
Perhaps Pope Francis will have the freedom and desire to make not just stylistic and rhetorical changes, but substantive changes as well.
A new Political Action Committee (PAC), the Freethought Equality Fund, is dedicated to expanding voters’ choices by backing the candidacy of open nontheists to public office.