Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 8-Oct-2016 to 14-Oct-2016.
Any lesser prophet would have merely galloped into the city on a white horse, but Jesus had other ideas for his final one-way trip from Jericho to Jerusalem. The beginning of the 21st chapter of the gospel of Matthew has the juicy details. And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem, … Continue reading
Umberto Eco, best known for The Name of the Rose and Foucault’s Pendulum, died on February 19. In an article for Boing Boing, Rob Beschizza introduces Misreadings, Eco’s book of short essays, and provides an excerpt from the essay “Regretfully, We Are Returning Your . . .,” which contains Eco’s … Continue reading
Today I had to swear an oath. The notary brought out the bible & instructed me to put my hand on it. “Can I swear a civic oath?” I asked. “Oh sure,” she said as she put the bible away hurriedly. This got me thinking about swearing oaths on bibles, … Continue reading
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Linda, the creator of “The Bible and Other Fairy Tales,” passionate atheist and skeptic, and professional comedy singer/songwriter, alerted Canadian Atheist to her weekly atheist and skeptical musical comedy web show that passionately and openly champions science and reason without fear or apology, by ruthlessly ridiculing the inconsistencies, contradictions and … Continue reading