A clash of the Titans?
Michael Cook | 10 April 2012 |
tags: atheism, Christianity
A long anticipated debate between the Archpriest of Atheism and the Archbishop of Sydney was a damp squib.
Religion for Atheists
Francis Phillips | 02 April 2012 |
Agape restaurants and Centres for Self-Knowledge are among the innovative suggestions a British litterateur has for a post-deity world.
How do religious belief and practice affect Europeans’ happiness?
Juncal Cuñado and Alejo Jose G. Sison | 29 November 2011 |
Europe is often described as a godless wasteland. That's not what the statistics show.
Sauntering beyond good and evil
Michael Cook | 30 August 2011 |
In a race to the bottom of ethics, an American philosopher may have got there first.
Does religion rot your intelligence?
Denyse O'Leary | 18 July 2011 |
We've been hearing a lot of from “new atheists” lately about the negative things religion does to the mind. Recently, some journals have produced scientific evidence. Or have they?
The atheist and his art
Steven Jacks | 29 May 2011 |
Hobart, the capital of the clean and green state of Tasmania, is an unlikely place for a temple of atheist art.
Does death end all?
Denyse O'Leary | 26 May 2011 |
tags: atheism, immortality, science
Some thoughts on Stephen Hawking’s recent declaration
Has science buried God?
William West | 05 May 2011 |
No, far from it, an Oxford professor insists.
Nothing could be better
Michael Kirke | 01 April 2011 |
Christopher Hitchens, the archpriest of the New Atheism, is dying. What's next?
A choice argument
Denyse O'Leary | 24 March 2011 |
tags: atheism, free will, psychology
Did you choose to cheat on your taxes? Or snub a friend? Free will makes an unexpected comeback.
Secularity vs secularism: an enlightening distinction
Jerome di Costanzo and Rémi Brague | 07 October 2010 |
tags: atheism, secularism, secularity
Who invented the secular state? A professor of religious philosophy from the Sorbonne gives a surprising answer.