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Category Archives: Atheism
Over a year ago, back when this was still loopysite.org, I posted about Paul Hill Days, during which anti-abortion mercenaries celebrated doctor-killer Paul Hill. Today, I got a response from none other than the Rev. Donald Spitz as a comment … Continue reading
This year, the Iowa Secularists annual conference was held in the Scheman building (okay, two *rooms* of Scheman, but still…) and I found it quite worthwhile. I think my liberal Christian and Pagan friends would even have found it useful. … Continue reading
So I went to have my brains scooped out see “Expelled“. If you’re a regular reader of Pharyngula (which you should be), you are very familiar with all of the old anti-evolution chestnuts trotted out by this film. This is … Continue reading
So the anti-evolution movie “Expelled” is coming to Ames. It will show at the Varsity II on Friday. The cost is $6, and Guillermo Gonzalez, the creationist astronomy professor from ISU (you know, the one who failed to get tenure) … Continue reading
Arthur C. Clarke is dead. Hat tip to Slashdot.
Only it’s not what you think: it’s the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Ames. I’m joining as an atheist.
It’s up at Med Journal Watch.
From the Des Moines Register. Apparently, it was today. Anyway, it’s being organized by Lydia Hartunian, a humanities professor at Kirkwood College over in Cedar Rapids. I think this is am awesome way to bring Atheism into the spotlight. The … Continue reading