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One of my fondest memories from all the atheist and humanist conferences I’ve attended involves seeing a bespectacled, middle-aged man proudly sporting a t-shirt that had a black cross on a white background, with a red slash through it and
Celebrate the passion, beauty, and joy of science with “Science Guy” and 2010 Humanist of the Year Bill Nye
Going deep to reveal why religions need not fear the evident truth of evolution.
I seldom go to the movies. It’s as expensive as a Washington Nationals’ game and has about the same (overwhelming) chance of being a flop. I am nearly alone in this sentiment, however; the Los Angeles Daily News recently reported
The struggle between creationists and upholders of science is largely a war of words. Yet it is in many ways an unequal contest. Creationists have a quiver full of misleading quotes, soaring oratorical rockets, and cannonades of pseudofacts, outlandish promises,
Judge John E. Jones III of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania is one of the foremost defenders of evolution in public schools, ruling the teaching of intelligent design unconstitutional in public schools in the landmark
Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species appeared in 1859 and revolutionized how the science and religion enterprises viewed human nature. Scientists proceeded to populate the many rooms, nooks, and crannies of Darwin’s edifice with detailed evidence of the fascinating