Reminder: Atheists exposed!

We’re having this conversation tomorrow.

One thing the other participants are welcoming is opening the comments to critics and serious questioners — if you want to disagree (politely!) with a gang of atheists, or dissent vigorously, or promote your goofy beliefs, go ahead. Bring it up in the YouTube chat. We’ll make some time to address those kinds of comments and questions.

Don’t be chicken. You can bravely march into the snake pit of atheists/evolutionists and get bragging rights by surviving.


  1. justanotherguy says

    Cornell West should not be running for President.

    Because of what happened in 2016, when Jill Stein got more votes than Trump’s victory margin in 3 key states, taking enough votes away from Hillary Clinton to put him over the top.

    “There are two issues, … One is a kind of moral issue: do you vote against the greater evil if you don’t happen to like the other candidate? The answer to that is yes. If you have any moral understanding, you want to keep the greater evil out.”

    “Second is a factual question: how do Trump and Clinton compare? I think they’re very different. I didn’t like Clinton at all, but her positions are much better than Trump’s on every issue I can think of.”

    — Noam Chomsky, Nov. 25, 2016, saying Progressives should have voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

  2. Reginald Selkirk says

    Here is a weird letter-to-the-editor. He seems to be taking the “you must believe in religion, but it doesn’t matter which one” tack. Despite what he says, it is clear he wishes to push his faith into other children’s lives.

    Lost Adults Lead to Atheist 10 Year Old Children and A Fallen Society

    Liberalism crosses children’s boundaries and diminishes the childhood life. At this stage of life children should not be in a mind set to deny God or reject religious beliefs. In 1979-80 I attended a Catholic elementary school in the City of Baghdad-Iraq. At that time, once a week the Christian and Muslim students were separated to two classes to study the principles of their religions.

    No questions about each other’s religion were asked and no concerns were expressed by parents. My faith was not pushed into other children’s lives neither theirs was pushed into mine. Believing in God was not a question, it was the answer for all the children. To have a child in denial of God was and should be an alert and concern for all of us…

    – Serwan Zangana

  3. larpar says

    If we came from monkeys why isn’t there new life every time we open a peanut butter jar? Checkmate!!!

  4. birgerjohansson says

    Eli and Noah at God Awful Movies invented the religion ‘voltron pantheist’ as reaction to the court order that you cannot order anyone to work on a Sunday.
    For a voltron pantheist, it is a sincerely held belief that you should bring along your pet lion to work, so your employer cannot say no.

  5. JM says

    @1 justanotherguy: From what I have heard talking to people that Trump was the greater evil wasn’t clear. People had an idea of Clinton’s politics and actions. This generally resulted in people disliking to hating her. A lot of people knew Trump best from TV exposure prior to his campaign where things were carefully staged and generally made him look smarter then he is. A know a couple that voted Trump in the expectation he wouldn’t do much at all except stage public events.

  6. StevoR says

    Live in 17 hours here. Got an awful feeling its going to clash with the Ashes Test.. (Cricket.)

  7. birgerjohansson says

    Ashes? Let’s just hope the Krikkit robots do not make an appearence*.

    *people of a certain age will get it.

  8. StevoR says

    Douglas Adams readers will get it. I did.

    Its raining at Headingly now anyhow..

  9. KG says


    Would Stein’s voters have voted for Clinton if Stein was not standing? My guess is that some would, some would have voted for Trump, some would not have voted at all. Unless someone actually polled Stein voters and asked that question, there’s no way to tell whether Stein gifted Trump the presidency.