Robert Green Ingersoll—The Most Remarkable American Most People Never Heard Of
October 1, 2009


CFI Indiana keeps the legacy of Robert Ingersoll alive in Indiana.

Former Muslims United
September 30, 2009


Just got back from Washington D.C. where my friend Nonie Darwish, originally from Egypt, and I launched Former Muslims United…

Two Different Understandings of Blasphemy—Two Different Visions of CFI
September 29, 2009


Ronald A. Lindsay Defends CFI’s Commemoration of Blasphemy Day — Against CFI Founder Paul Kurtz

Penn Jillette Celebrates Blasphemy Day in “Penn Says”
September 29, 2009


Magician, entertainer, and gadfly Penn Jillette introduces the history of Blasphemy Day, then blasphemes (of course!).

A Dissenting View About Blasphemy Day
September 29, 2009


The celebrating of “Blasphemy Day” by the Center for Inquiry by sponsoring a contest encouraging new forms of blasphemy…

Why can’t Humanism supply the Ethics of Environmentalism?
September 29, 2009


If humans are the problem, maybe humanism can’t be the solution?

Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol” Good on History, Lost on Science
September 28, 2009


The novel gets a lot of history right, but it gets a lot of science very, very wrong.

CFI Report Objects to Taxpayer Funding for Therapeutic Touch, Alternative Medicine Therapies
September 28, 2009


The Senate’s health care reform bill would cover non-evidence based “treatments” that have no grounding in science.

Insurer Pays Settlement for Discrimination Against Atheists and Agnostics
September 28, 2009


A DesMoines-based insurance company has paid a $74,000 settlement for discriminating against non-believers.

New Canadian Lake Monster on Vancouver Island?
September 27, 2009


A Canadian researcher, in cooperation with the local tourism board, looks for a lake monster