Jeffrey Victor Writes for The Center for Inquiry on the Social Dynamics of Conspiracy Rumors

Jeffrey Victory, a former college professor, wrote an article in the Center for Inquiry’s Skeptical Inquirer. His article deals with culture and how conspiracy rumors come to be. It explains how conspiracy rumors work. For those who do not know the Center for Inquiry is a skeptical organization that merged with Richard Dawkins organization a few years back. Continue reading

Tennessee Halts All Vaccination Outreach for Adolescents on Not Just COVID – But Flu, Measles, Mumps, etc… Meanwhile The Center For Inquiry Steps in for a Fight

Dr. Michelle Fiscus who oversaw the vaccination program in Tennessee against COVID-19 and other infectious diseases was fired for following state law. She ran into politicians who believed disinformation about vaccines. After her termination Tennessee halted all vaccinations for adolescents. This includes diseases like flu, measles, mumps, and other infectious disease. The Center for Inquiry which is tied to Richard Dawkins got involved in pushing back, defending science, and calling for the reinstatement of Dr. Michelle Fiscus. Continue reading

The Wondering Eagle Review of 2018. The Top Stories and Posts and What is Coming in 2019

This is the final post for The Wondering Eagle for 2018. This article reviews the stories and situations covered in the year of 2018. From Acts 29, to the EFCA to the Sojourn Network, the atheist community and Harvest Bible Chapel. This is a wrap up of all the work this blog accomplished. Plus I discuss what is coming in 2019 as well.
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Why People Stop Believing. A Response to an Article Posted at the National EFCA Blog About Christians Who Lose Faith

The national EFCA blog had an article by Paul Chamberlain on Christians who lose faith. I read this blog post and wanted to do a response. I have written about faith crisis and loss of faith. This is an issue that is near and dear to me given my own experience. Above all else its The Wondering Eagle’s hope that the EFCA will honestly listen to those who have lost faith to try and understand them better.  Continue reading

Guest Post: Karen Garst’s New Book on Women v Religion, an Atheist’s Perspective. A Look at the Topic of Shame from Religion

A guest post by Karen Garst who blogs as the Faithless Feminist. This post looks at a chapter in Karen’s “Women v Religion: The Case Against Faith — and for Freedom.” This post deals with an essay by Candace Gorham that deals with the topic of shame from religion. The Wondering Eagle is excited about this book and hope that others will pick it up when it is released as a paperback on June 1, 2018.  Continue reading

An Open Letter to Melody Hensley (Former Washington, D.C. Executive Director of Center for Inquiry on the Alleged Sexual Misconduct by Lawrence Krauss)

An open letter to Melody Hensley, the former Executive Director of the Washington, D.C. Center for Inquiry. Melody gave an interview to BuzzFeed in which she reported about the alleged sexual misconduct by atheist celebrity Lawrence Krauss. As the atheist movement is dealing with misogyny The Wondering Eagle wants to commend Melody for her bravery and wants to let her know that it stands firmly in her corner.  Continue reading

The Wondering Eagle for 2017, The Year in Review, My Assessment and What is Coming in 2018

This is the final post at The Wondering Eagle for 2017. In a year filled with pain and loss I wrote 300 posts about the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA), Neo-Calvinism, The Gospel Coalition, 9 Marks, Redeemer Arlington, and also atheism and secular humanism. This is an overview of the top posts and my personal favorites. Also I discuss what is coming in 2018. In January The Wondering Eagle is going to look at a dark Acts 29 situation in the United States. Continue reading

Secular Humanist Compiliation: David Silverman from American Atheist on how Atheists Should not Tolerate Intolerance, The Secular Student Alliance Moves to Los Angeles, California Under a Cloud and Other Secular News

This is a compilation of a number of issues going on in the secular humanist and atheist realm. David Silverman writes a solid article about how atheists cannot tolerate intolerance. The Secular Student Alliance is moving to Los Angeles while facing a revolt and dealing with allegations of sexual harassment. And the Freedom from Religion Foundation is challenging pastors housing being tax exempt. Some of the issues in this post I would like to dive into more detail about in separate articles in the future.  Continue reading