Is Atheism the New Fundamentalism? - debate in London in November 2009, with Richard Dawkins and A C Grayling. This is the opening speech. For the full debate, click
Rap Guide to Evolution
From the extraordinary Baba Brinkman, with Rachel Maddow interview
The Old Testament and History
What was going on in Palestine in the first Millenium BCE? See this series of videos from
the Discovery Channel. It becomes particularly interesting around sections 4,5 and 6.
Science saved his soul
The last three minutes of this video is an abrupt and not entirely successful change of mood, but this is nonetheless a highly impressive meditation on our place in the universe - and on the irrelevance of religion.
Food for Thought
From Christianity to atheism in 3.49 minutes. It's been said before, but richie3622 says it with style.
Hard-hitting reason and humour from British-born, Australian-accented performer Tim Minchin
What would happen if God suddenly disappeared?
How to Reason
Check out this basic lesson on reasoning from Qualia Soup.
British commentator Pat Condell on the Islamic threat to human rights and the
misguided support given by the United States.
The sentiment is worthy, but the style doesn't win converts...
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If God existed, he would...
admire the beauty of a universe that he did not create
recognize that eternity is meaningless
deny both heaven and hell
disown all men and women who speak in his name
denounce the harm caused by religious "morality"
help the human race to thrive without him
If God existed, he would be an atheist.
What is the difference between science and faith?
science is certain of nothing and requires proof of everything
faith is certain of everything and requires proof of nothing
Which do you trust?
"I know there is no God"
"I believe there is no God"
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