My newest article is up at The Daily Beast (“Can You Be Good Without God?“); it focuses on a recent study that says that atheists are more likely—according to their unconscious biases—to believe that the religious are more moral than those who do not believe in God. Continue reading “The Daily Beast: Can You Be Good Without God?”
Several months back I got busy and dropped posting to this blog. I went on a hiking vacation out West, and finished writing a book on science and religion. You wouldn’t know if from my blog, but other things—articles and interviews—did happen.
Here’s a few of them. Continue reading “Writing Updates: Yup, I’m still alive.”
This last weekend I wrote at The Daily Beast about the African American atheist as a double-minority. In this piece I interviewed several leaders in the African American atheist world and the problems faced with exiting religion. For more, see below.
“….While honesty may be said to be the best policy, for American atheists who are still in the metaphorical closet, it may also come with a price tag. And this can especially be the case for African-American atheists—often referred to as a minority within a minority.
But just what does this designation mean and how representative is it of the black atheist story?…”
Read the full post at The Daily Beast…
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