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Weekly Buzz: 7/14/14

This week’s buzz features the first ever atheist television channel, a new book about the origin of atheists, and more from everyone’s favorite philosopher of science/comedian—Michael Ruse.

Weekly Buzz

Workshop Offering @ Apostacon (plus New Look)

Every year in mid-September, the Omaha Atheists and Recovering from Religion put on a huge party disguised as a conference called Apostacon.  This year they’ll be having it at the… 330 more words


The Unbelievers: Science Trumps Religion

Watched a documentary today called The Unbelievers which follows Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss as they tour the world speaking about science and religion. They are trying their best to promote the open discussion (and abandonment) of religion, instead of it being protected as a taboo subject we are just expected to accept and live with. 123 more words


‘The Unbelievers’ Review

The Unbelievers comes across as a sort of rock band tour documentary, except for scientists instead of musicians. It follows renowned physicist Laurence Krauss and biologist Richard Dawkins together on a speaking tour of Australia, culminating in appearances at the 2012 Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, then later the Reason Rally in Washington D.C. 425 more words


What Works For Me; Appreciating Life Through Science

I like learning things, the more information the better. I stumbled across a couple of great videos about life. I have spoken about one before, but this is a reading from Richard Dawkins himself. 197 more words


The Unbelievers – Richard Dawkins’ new film makes me want to believe in God

Reblogged from http://godandpoliticsuk.org/

I have a guilty secret – I actually quite like Richard Dawkins. 903 more words

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The Unbelievers - Richard Dawkins' new film makes me want to believe in God

I have a guilty secret – I actually quite like Richard Dawkins. It’s always good entertainment watching someone who is so eminent in his scientific field, continually putting his credibility on the line by taking on religion despite his limited knowledge of the subject.  870 more words