Hello and welcome to this latest edition of the Carnival of the Godless, for those new to carnivals this one is a fortnightly chance to submit your post on Godlessness (and all that entails) to a potentially wider audience, good for promoting your blog and engendering discussion.
We have had a very good turnout here for this edition and I will endeavour to bring it to you in a succinct fashion after all you are not here for me (at least not entirely) – although if you want to have a look around feel free to check out some of the post on basic physics, skepticism, atheism/religion or any of the myriad other topics I have discussed here.
Now on with the show…
Some of you may remember the smut for smut campaign were people could exchange their bible for porn, well Jennifurret of Blag Hag tells us of her campus groups better taste effort Fiction for Fiction. She then goes on to ask Is “New Atheism” White Supremacist? and discuss sexuality in nature with Natural Sexuality
First time submitter Bryan W/a ‘y’ from Science. Why not? deconstructs at time magazine article about faith healing in Spirituality is about as good for your health as sugar pills.
Greta Christina serves us a helping of religion and the difference between possible and plausible with Why You Shouldn’t Jump Out of Windows , and follows by decrying the patronizing attitude that treats atheists, and especially queer atheists, as sad lost sheep in Why Do Queers Leave Religion?
Dr. Jim has a low down on some of his exchanges in the letters to the editor of his local paper Lethbridge’s ‘Militant’ Atheist in Chief ‘Heralded’ again..
Postman delivers this letter direct from the almighty, himselfDear Union of Amalgamated Cherubim & Seraphim Local 151… posted at “Gone Fishin’: Postcards From God”.
Living With Mormonsgive some insight in to what goes in inside What do Mormons believe? A look at Fast and Testimony Meetings.
Metamagician and the Hellfire Club’s Russell Blackford speaks aboutJerry Coyne on science organisations and accommodationism, before going on to Harvard’s Islamic chaplain: “great wisdom” in death penalty for apostates and then why we should be worried about Hate speech and the ICCPR.
Lying for Jesus seems to be a common occurrence these days and The Atheist Blogger Adrian Hayter gives us Telegraph Caught Lying For Jesus about the misrepresentation of the National Federation of Atheist, Humanist and Secular Student Societies (AHS).