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An Interview with Atheist Comic Keith Lowell Jensen

An Interview with Atheist Comic Keith Lowell Jensen by Andrew J. Rausch Comic Keith Lowell Jensen (born in Corona, CA) began working in comedy at the age of ten, performing ventriloquism and reenacting Abbott and Costello routines. As a teen, Jensen dropped out of high school and joined Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation, touring throughout the United States and Canada. In 2009, Jensen released … Continue reading An Interview with Atheist Comic Keith Lowell Jensen

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Taking a Stand Against Religious Bullies

Taking a Stand Against Religious Bullies By AT Taylor Here’s my take on the whole issue of people wanting or defending the “right” to discriminate against the LGBT community, including my take on the businesses and celebrities who are deciding not to do business with those who wish to discriminate against others. I’m going to use an analogy of children on a playground, playing with … Continue reading Taking a Stand Against Religious Bullies

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An Interview with Former Newsboys Guitarist George Perdikis

An Interview with Former Newsboys Guitarist George Perdikis By Andrew J. Rausch Mooloolaba, Queensland (Australia) schoolmates George Perdikis and Peter Furler established a rock band known as the News in 1985. Perdikis (guitarist), Furler (drummer), John James (lead singer), and Sean Taylor (bass) would then transform the band into a Christian rock band. “Peter and I started jamming back in 1981,” Perdikis recalls. “We jammed … Continue reading An Interview with Former Newsboys Guitarist George Perdikis

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Defining Common Discussion Terms

By AT Taylor We often have misconceptions about people and ideas based on the labels applied to them. Everyone can be guilty at times of using simple terms to define a person, when people really aren’t that simple. Sometimes, we mistake people with certain titles as figures of authority in other important topics, when their expertise is limited to a specific field. We also commonly … Continue reading Defining Common Discussion Terms

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Atheists Discuss God’s Not Dead

2 Atheists Discuss Bad Christian Movies: “God’s Not Dead (2014)” by Andrew J. Rausch and R.D. Riley ANDREW: This was a really, really, really offensive movie. I don’t say that just as an atheist, but also as a rational, thinking human being. This was offensive on so many levels. This movie couldn’t be more offensive if they had killed three gay teens and then injected … Continue reading Atheists Discuss God’s Not Dead

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An Interview with Atheist Rapper Greydon Square

An Interview with Atheist Rapper Greydon Square by Andrew J. Rausch He is best known as an atheist emcee hailing from Compton, California, known as Greydon Square. His real name is Eddie Collins. He was an Iraq war veteran and is an outspoken atheist. He majored in both physics and computer science in Phoenix, Arizona. Influenced by groups as diverse as Phil Collins, Stanley Clarke, … Continue reading An Interview with Atheist Rapper Greydon Square

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C***-Blocked by Jesus

Cock-blocked by Jesus by Andy Rausch This past year was filled with unexpected twists and turns in my life, from my spending a month in a coma and nearly dying to my wife of eight years deciding to call it quits on our marriage. So I’ve vowed to make 2016 a better year than the previous one. That would, of course, ideally entail finding a … Continue reading C***-Blocked by Jesus

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Common Myths About Secularism

By AT Taylor MYTH 1 – Secularism is the same as Atheism. Secularism is the political idea that church and state should remain separate, while atheism is a stance on religion, and is a lack of belief in the existence of any gods.  These two terms are not the same. Many religious people are also secular, as they understand the dangers of mixing religion and politics together.  … Continue reading Common Myths About Secularism

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The Truth Should Matter in Politics

By AT Taylor THE TRUTH MATTERS. It will probably never happen, but in the interest of representing Americans with honesty and integrity, here are some new rules and guidelines I think should be instituted to the processes of running for President of the United States and any elected public office. 1.) Under the threat of perjury and/or disqualification of candidacy, each potential candidate wishing to … Continue reading The Truth Should Matter in Politics