Posted inThe Secular

The nones aren’t going anywhere

Reading Time: 5 minutes Christian apologists are celebrating the supposed collapse of the atheist movement—but all that’s really happening is that a few formerly high-profile atheists have turned against recent developments in moral progress. They’re getting left behind, but the nonreligious population continues to grow and religion continues to dwindle and decline.

Posted inNonreligious News

Christians now a minority in England and Wales

Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the past few months, as the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) has analyzed the data from Census 2021, they have gradually released interesting nuggets to the British public. Today, the ONS released data showing the continued decline of Christianity, the dominant religion in the UK. This census has indicated a 5.5 million-person decline […]

Posted inReligion

The old fry cook and the world’s religions

Reading Time: 3 minutes The old fry cook was a man of un-muzzled thoughts. He was ancient and had been around since Noah was a sailor. One day he asked his smoke-choked clientele a question: “Which of ten thousand past, present, and future religions is the true religion?”  Four customers in the jangled assembly, having already burnt their cheeks with the […]

Posted inThe Candidates

IA House candidate Elinor Levin: ‘What if someone of a different religion made this case?’

Culturally Jewish but nonreligious, Elinor Levin wants to represent voices that have been missing from Iowa politics for generations—or have never been included at all. After winning her primary with two-thirds of the vote, Levin shifted her focus to people who had been unlikely to vote at all. After “knocking middle voter” for months, she […]

Posted inPolitics

AR State Senate candidate Chenoa Summers: ‘I could not stay silent anymore’

Reading Time: 3 minutes Chenoa Summers is hoping to flip Arkansas State Senate District 20 blue next week in a race where a Republican ran unopposed four years ago. She was inspired to run when right-wing extremists started attacking her local library and demanding book bans; her opponent is someone who supports legislation that would make teachers and librarians […]

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