An atheist dropped in the heart of the Christian publishing world - Nashville, Tennessee. I'm trying my best to keep a good attitude and friendly disposition while being surrounded by people with imaginary friends.
Nashville filmmaker and activist Jennifer Sheridan has stepped up to both challenge and document the ongoing struggle by many Tennesseans to see the state progress on LGBT issues, despite the Bible-wielding lawmakers who’d prefer the clock turn back about 50 years. Her documentary, Love, Hate, Church & State, is part of the #UntoldStory crowdfunding rally, hosted by Seed & Spark. Here’s what it’s about and how you can help: Read more
Australia’s Sunday Night news segment covering Ken Ham and his Ark Encounter project aired over the weekend, but instead of shining a spotlight on the deceptive ways Ham raised money and obtained a multi-million-dollar tax credit from the state of Kentucky, the show left viewers with a 15-minute commercial for the attraction. Read more
This meme, posted by The Cafe, so perfectly calls out the true motivation behind the American Family Association’s boycott on Target over their gender-inclusive restrooms. The AFA’s petition is nothing but bigotry masked in concern for women and children. To demonstrate the discrepancy, let’s pull up AFA President Tim Wildmon’s own explanation for the boycott. Then we’ll change his words around to something he would never say, but which would actually protect children. Read more