Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter asked a question on Twitter the other day. What have you learned from the Ark Encounter? Many atheists responded and their answers is what makes Twitter golden. This is a brief post publishing parts of a thread. Continue reading
A brief post about how some atheists are responding to the fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France. At the Friendly Atheist, atheists were given the opportunity to help rebuild the monumental cathedral which is a key component of western civilization. Continue reading
Portland, Oregon has banned discrimination against atheists and agnositcs. They are the second city in the United States to take such action. This blog remains concerned about discrimination against atheists and supports such motions to protect the godless. Continue reading
A college professor from Pitzer in Claremont, California writes an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times about secular families and ethics. As the nones grow in the United States, secular families are teaching and imparting ethics and morality in children and in the process show that God is not needed. It will be interesting to watch these families over the course of time. Continue reading
This is a brief post pushing an article I read at the Religion News Service. The article deals with the growth of folk religion and how its affecting the “nones”, Catholics, atheists, and other Christians. Continue reading
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.
This is an article that reflects on an older post from Mike Anderson who led The Resurgence at Mars Hill in Seattle. What do you do when religion leads you to places that are dark and to behaviors just as destructive as alcoholism or drug addiction? This also reflects on what I have seen in my own life. Continue reading