Tag: Atheism

Updates: Lady Olenna, Photoshop World & FFRF

Lady Olenna It has been a rocky couple of weeks. As I previously mentioned, Lady Olenna had an extended vet

Canada Grants Asylum To Rahaf Alqunun

Aside from writing about the FFRF National Conventions, I haven’t posted much else that is directly related to atheism and

FFRF 41st National Convention

This post is long overdue thanks to the hacking / malware issues. The blog got fixed and then it broke

On The Quiet Side

I don’t want October to fade out without making a single post. However, things have been a bit quiet in

Finished Reading “Nailed”

Yesterday afternoon I finished reading David Fitzgerald’s excellent book, Nailed: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All.

New Books & Tutorials

Well this mild depression – I hate using a word as strong as that – may have sapped my creative

Madison, Wisconsin Trip & The 40th National FFRF Convention

As previously noted, last week I was back in Madison, Wisconsin for FFRF’s 40th National Convention. I arrived two days

40th FFRF National Convention Next Week

Yesterday, I took Debug into Hamilton with me so that I could leave her at my mother’s place. Of course,

Dearth

Weeks have marched past without a post once more. It has been crazy busy – and annoyingly frustrating – at

Book Reading Update

This morning I finished reading Aron Ra’s book The Foundational Falsehoods Of Creationism. Much of this was read during bus

FFRF 2016 National Convention

Last weekend I was in Pittsburgh for the 39th National Convention of the Freedom From Religion Foundation. This was my

The 10th Anniversary Of “The God Delusion”

Today Hemant Mehta at The Friendly Atheist published about the 10th anniversary of Richard Dawkins’ excellent The God Delusion. Like

Latest Books Read

Sure, it is atheism and religion again. Shoot me! 50 Simple Questions For Every Christian is a really good read.

A Better Life

It was a couple of years late, but I finally bought Chris Johnson’s book A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak

Newest Books Read

Three weeks ago, I said I hadn’t done anything worth mentioning. That wasn’t quite true. I’ve continued – slowly –

New Books & Reading Progress

One nice benefit of a commute to Mississauga or Toronto on the GO Transit system is that I can get