Prepare yourselves, minions. Quake in terror, puny humans. The Plan progresses. Today we announce the appearance of the Second Wave of godless champions here at Freethought Blogs.
Alethian Worldview is a counter-apologetics blog formerly known elsewhere as Evangelical Realism. This blog will feature lots of critiques of Christian apologetic arguments.
Assassin Actual is the blog of an atheist Army officer stationed in Iraq. This blog will contain lots of first-person accounts of the war from a real life atheist in a foxhole.
Almost Diamonds is the new blog of Stephanie Zvan, who co-hosts the Atheists Talk radio show in Minnesota. She’ll be writing about science, sex, politics and whatever else she feels like talking about.
Blue Collar Atheist is the already well-established blog of Hank Fox, who moves to FTB to join the lineup.
Butterflies and Wheels is already a very well regarded website run by Free Inquiry columnist and author Ophelia Benson. Ophelia has long been a powerful voice for skepticism and science and we are very proud to have her joining FTB.
Camels with Hammers is the blog of philosopher Daniel Fincke, who teaches at Hofstra and CUNY. He’ll be focusing on the philosophical debates regarding atheism and religion.
Greta Christina brings her self-titled blog to FTB as well. Greta was one of the very first bloggers we thought of to invite to join the new network and we’re thrilled to have her on board. She blogs about atheism, sex and lots more.
Lousy Canuck brings our first non-American blogger to the network. Jason Thibeault is a skeptic and an atheist and his blog has now moved to FTB.
XBlog is the new blog of Greg Laden, a former colleague at ScienceBlogs who decided to throw his hat in with the new project as well. He also co-hosts the Atheists Talk radio show.
Bow down before them, or at least, pay a call on their blogs.
There are more changes coming, too. The ad network is going to get some revision, removing some of the more offensive ads; it looks like the annoying pop-ups will be getting the axe, too (and there was much rejoicing!). We have a web designer taking a look at patching the klunky look, because, you know, when you’re out to take over the world, you want to look pretty while you’re doing it.
And then there will be a Third Wave, and a Fourth, and many others. Victory is assured. You might as well never leave this domain.