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Gods Money

The God Business

A look at how churches get ahold of your money and what they're spending it on.

Atheism Under The Microscope

Atheism Under The Microscope

A close look at the intrinsic agnosticism of science.

Atheism and agnosticism: a primer

Atheism and agnosticism: a primer

Ever wondered what's the difference between atheist and agnostic? Learn that and more in this article.

Womens Fundamental Rights

Does Religion Fuel Pervasive Misogyny?

A guide to some of the scriptural sexism written in to religion from the very beginning.

Mixing God And Politics

Mixing God And Politics

More and more people say they don’t believe in God. So why is it still such a taboo in politics?

Secular Graduation

All Secular Roads Lead Away From Rome

Emerald Baynton, author of The Scientific Homeschooler, tells the story of her upbringing in Catholic school and how it taught her the importance of secular education.

Atheism in Tunisia

What Is It Like To Be An Atheist In Muslim States?

This is the story of a Tunisian ex-muslim and the reaction to his newfound atheism.

Born This Way

It's Not Me, It's My God

What to do when people use religion as an excuse for homophobia

The EXJW Watchtower

Are The Jehovah's Witnesses A Cult?

Watching the Watchtower

Poop Covered Pope Statue

The Ethical Harm of Religious Morality

A treatise on the redundancy of religious morality

Secular Nigeria

Religious Conflict And The Case For Secularism In Nigeria

Despite Nigeria's strides towards democracy and it's recent economic success, the country still grapples with sectarian violence. Secularism could be the answer to this challenging problem.

Zions Watchtower

The Easter Atheist

Embracing my new life as an atheist

Televangelism

Media Is The New Mass

How modern media has taken up religion's slack

The Navigators

An exploration of a life experience that led to atheism.

Mark Lambert, one of our excellent authors shares a surreal life experience that helped him find his way to atheism in a beautifully written article.

Religious Family

A few tips on how to deal with those awkward, religious relative moments

In my experience, politely telling a religious family member that you reject their most fundamental assumptions about the universe is not dissimilar to trying to politely punch someone in the face. It’s not easy.

The Morality Delusion

A brief guide to the evolution of morality

Morality is held up by many religious people as evidence of the superiority of their blind faith to the unbelievers. The claim, as old as religion itself, is that unless you live in line with the moral doctrines of a given faith, you are a bad, ‘immoral’ person. And while it is true that compared to their own, personal moral standard, you are immoral, that is not necessarily a bad thing.

Why Being Raised A Jehovah's Witness Turned Me Against Religion For Life

You might think that, being raised as a member of such a strict religious movement that I would be a devout religious person now, but, that isn't how it has turned out, quite the opposite in fact...

Asteroids

Armchair Awe for Ardent Atheists

It's often argued by the religious that atheists lack a sense of awe in the world around us, so here are a few examples of awe in nature and science we can all enjoy.

When Thoughts And Prayers Are Not Enough

After a number of devastating terror attacks, school shootings and natural disasters such as Hurricane Irma, a backlash has begun against weak leaders and politicians offering ‘thoughts and prayers’ to the victims and their families instead of decisive action.

Atheist Pilgrims

My Atheist Pilgrimage

There are many triggers that push people to question their faith and arrive at atheism. Some get disappointed by their religious leaders, some don’t have religious doctrine handed down through their family, while others research their way into it. In some cases, each one of these plays a part in the conversion process. That was the case with me.

Debunking Religious Pseudo-Science

While it is true that you'll catch more flies with honey than vinegar, sometimes the stifling surroundings of an oppressively religious environment can turn the best of us sour. This article is a humourous example of one reaction to the pickling of science in religion, by a physics teacher and atheist.

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