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When the Message Shoots the Messenger – Why Atheist Ad Campaigns Don’t Work

  “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.”  – Strother Martin to Paul Newman (Cool Hand Luke, 1967)   In the case of communicating through advertising by nonbelievers, what we’ve got here is failure to acknowledge that, regardless of label – Humanist, Secular Humanist, Neo-Humanist, Freethinker, Bright, Secularist, Agnostic, Skeptic, and on occasion, Buddhist, … Continue reading

“Atheist v. Theist” – A Humanist’s Response

 In “Hernando Today,” a publication of the Tampa Tribune, an article written by one Allen Walker titled, “Atheist vs Theist” was published on February 20, 2011. In the piece, Mr Walker questions the merits of his version of “atheist beliefs” and tries to deconstruct what he thinks are the atheists’ positions on a number of … Continue reading

The Alchemy of Religion and the Quantum Theory of Humanism Part 3

Part 3: Is You Is or Is You Ain’t?    ”Man is the only creature that refuses to be what he is.” – Albert Camus Let me start with this: It may be the case that the unbelievers, the nonreligious, the atheists, the debunkers of superstition, the falsifiers of the supernatural, and probably most apostates, are … Continue reading