Book Review: I'm Perfect, You're Doomed

im_perfect_youre_doomed.jpgBy Eric Jayne

Most of us know that Jehovah’s Witnesses are notorious for going door-to-door hocking their religion. They’re kind of like Girl Scouts except the former sells an intangible dubious product that exploits fear while the latter offers delicious chocolate-covered Tagalongs and Thin Mints that exploit your sweet tooth.  When it comes to the Jehovah’s Witnesses most of us either say “no thanks” or skip the nominal pleasantry and opt to simply close the door in the middle of their spiel.
Add a comment

Read more: Book Review: I'm Perfect, You're Doomed

Change Doesn’t Mean Goodbye

jeannette_watland.jpgBy President Jeannette Watland

On October 22nd, Bjorn Watland, President of Minnesota Atheists resigned from the board, due to personal reasons. As Associate President, my initial reaction was to worry about myself. I now have to take on new responsibilities, and anxiety admittedly took a temporary hold on me. Then the emails started coming in, and I realized I had made a mistake. I shouldn't be worrying about myself at all. My primary concern is now, and always will be, the membership.

Add a comment

Read more: Change Doesn’t Mean Goodbye

Trick or Threat: Fundamentalist Christianity's Aversion to Halloween

By Vic Tanner

Halloween is undoubtedly my favorite holiday. It just has an attitude about it that other holidays could only hope to have. For many Fundamentalist Christians, however, Halloween is seen as an unholy celebration of all that is evil. This fear of Halloween is known as Samhainophobia, and it isn't just a trivial matter to them; it is deeply rooted in the core belief of their faith.

Add a comment

Read more: Trick or Threat: Fundamentalist Christianity's Aversion to Halloween

Author Login