“Fighting God: An Atheist Manifesto for a Religious World” is the new anti-religion book by American Atheists President David Silverman.
In marked contrast to the U.S., public figures who disavow belief in God tend to win approval from a growing number of British people.
They’ve been targeted at cafes, harassed on the streets and fired as part of a broader backlash by society and the state against atheism and blasphemy.
But the billboards posted by the American Atheists group prompt a local church to purchase a pro-Christmas ad of their own.
The American Humanist Association is asking Americans to refrain from standing and reciting the pledge until Congress removes the phrase “under God.”
County commissioners in Florida are testing a Supreme Court decision by banning atheists from delivering an invocation before local public meetings.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation prompted the original order to remove the Bibles, but public outcry leads the Navy to reverse course.
Court after court affirms that printing and engraving the country’s motto on its money does not violate the U.S. Constitution.
A once-popular book that links atheism with shoddy fathering is getting a second life with a new publisher.