Coming soon to a theater near you … Another movie based on cruelty from the bible. This time, unlike “The Passion of Christ”, the cruelty is not that of man’s doing, but rather that of God of the Old Testament.

On March 28th, “Noah” will be released.

Directed by Darren Aronofsky for Paramount Pictures, it stars Russell Crowe as the title character.  WIth a budget over $100 million, the movie is expected to be a disaster movie of epic proportions (or should I say biblical proportions?).  Of course, the movie is about the Great Flood in which Noah and his family and some number of animals is saved from God’s wrath in a giant handmade ark.  We all know the story, and were probably taught it at a young age.

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December 16, 2013 — Leave a comment

I enjoy this time of year, for many reasons.

I love the music, the decorations, the time with friends and family … but I also LOVE the attention that atheism receives for fighting a battle against the ominous, dangerous, threatening, “baby in the barn”. Continue Reading…

I am a huge fan of Sam Harris.

He a brilliant author and speaker.  I enjoy his views on religion (obviously) but he also makes you think about reality and our state of being.  Most importantly, he presents (sometimes complex) arguments coherently and available for mass consumption.

The below is a quote from Sam Harris during a debate with William Lane Craig with an illustration (by Skeptisketch) to enhance the point being made. Continue Reading…