Forty questions to ask Christians or religious people. Atheism and skepticism may best be reinforced by asking believers difficult questions during debates.
It is generally believed that atheists are unhappy people. We do not believe in God or an afterlife, so how is it that we have anything to live for or look forward to. I can show you how to be the happiest atheist you can be.
In this blasphemous article, we learn that God isn't the only fictional character with something to say about our beliefs. From TV to film, atheist characters have been around for decades.
With the exception of America, there is a high degree of atheism in 1st world countries. There has to be a correlation, therefore, between belief in god and factors that first world countries provide.
Feeling alone in your non-belief? Well, fear not. Today we're bringing you a hefty list of your favorite celebrity atheists and skeptics; Including quotes and video clips from the heathens themselves.
What does it mean to be "agnostic"? Although often confused with "atheist", it means something quite a bit different. The term derives from the Greek roots "a" (not or without) and "gnosis" (knowledge). An agnostic does not know enough about the existence of a higher being to make a judgment about...
This page attempts to explain a few of the views of one agnostic atheist. Its purpose is to spread understanding and tolerance through knowledge and interaction.
Have you ever had a question you'd like to ask an atheist? Here are answers to 13 reader questions. Ask your own and it might be selected to be answered on this page.
What is death? First off, nothing is ever really dead. Not even a table or a rock. If you have ever worked in a hospital, you know how hard it is to determine death. Are you dead when the brain dies but your heart keeps on pumping? Are you dead when your heart stops beating on its own but can be...
I vividly remember the day when a young boy (probably in his early twenties), walked into my office stealthily and closed the door behind him. I might have thrown a questioning glance at him, in response to which he blurted out (with no...