Another dose! Thanks to everyone for your FB LIKE's, your +1's and shares on Google+, your thumbs up on StumbleUpon, and your tweets on Twitter. So glad you all find Sunday School valuable enough that you would want to share it with others. It makes the time spent on putting each edition together absolutely worth it! Thank you! Spread the word. The information is out there. Let's get it into people's hands, and into their minds.
If you haven't already make sure you get…Continue
Hi guys! Another Sunday! Of course, I want to say thanks to everyone for your FB LIKE's, your +1's on Google+, your thumbs up on StumbleUpon, and your tweets on Twitter. That you would find Sunday School so valuable that you would want to share it with others makes the time spent on putting each edition together absolutely worth it! Thank you! Last week's edition was viewed just shy of 800 times thanks to all your help. Let's see if we can reach a thousand! Spread the word. The…Continue
Welcome, welcome yet again! I want to say thanks to everyone for your FB LIKE's, your +1's on Google+, your thumbs up on StumbleUpon, and your tweets on Twitter. That you would find Sunday School so valuable that you would want to share it with others makes the time spent on putting each edition together absolutely worth it! Thank you!
First, I want to make some announcements:
Tonight we're featuring our interview with Professor of Archaeology and Human Evolution,…Continue
well, here we are again. and in September now! thanks as always for dropping in to see what i've collected for you!
if you haven't already, do make sure to get entered for our latest contest! 5 TA members will win a signed copy of Janet Reitman's…Continue
hey guys! apologize for whatever glitch that was that prevented the post from going up last night! thanks to the surprising number of you that messaged me to ask "hey, I miss my Sunday School! What happened?" let's see if it'll work this time!
first, make sure you check out tonight's episode of the show. we're featuring a chat with…Continue
welcome back everyone! thanks as always for stopping in to see what i've gathered together for your Sunday (and into the new week) reading pleasure.
first of all, if you haven't already, you simply must get entered into the contest we're currently running to…Continue
first off, before we get to the links, TA's Radio Show podcast is returning tonight after a several months long hiatus during which we revamped and re-conceptualized the show. our first guest is former minister and apologist turned atheist author and creator of the popular blog Debunking Christianity, John Loftus! the show begins tonight at 5PM PST/8PM EST and goes for an hour and a half. our host Greg will play his interview with John and take some calls from the audience.…Continue
The Edge World Question Center asked scientists "what scientific concept would improve everybody's cognitive toolkit?". as i type this so far 156 scientists have responded.
R. Joseph Hoffman tears down the New Testament Messiah legend.
Luke Muehlhauser did a fantastic interview with Richard Carrier (audio and transcript) that's now up at Luke's site. they talk about the methodology of Jesus-historians, Bayes' theorem and it's importance to the historian, and fine-tuning arguments.
at one point in the interview Carrier was critical of Lydia and Tim McGrew, husband and wife Christian apologists and philosophers, saying that an article of theirs was…Continue
references to a "missing link" demonstrate a misunderstanding of evolution. PZ Myers explains.
Daniel Florien pointed to…Continue
Santa lives! Richard Carrier has this hilarious and clever post arguing that Santa is real. replace "Santa" with "god" at any point and you'll see how clever it is.
Greg picked his favorite arguments from Carrier's piece while linking to an older post by Eric Steinhart arguing for…Continue
EDIT: i'm adding this link to today's edition because it's got some excellent information- including viewing times around the world- on Monday's eclipse and will be useless come next Sunday.
first, to all those members who…Continue
-lots of anthropologists and scientists in general are upset over the American Anthropological Association's decision to drop all mention of "science" from their mission statement. The New York Times has the story.…