I’m more and more becoming a fan of Dan Savage. He’s one of these guys, who constantly manage to point out the nuisance of religion, without being a total dick about it. That may be, because instead of just weighing in on abstract, philosophical questions, he actually does something good for society. He’s an LGBT… Continue reading Savage [en]
I notice that a most of my recent (!) posts are related to atheism and similar. Didn’t I study computer science and software engineering? Does that mean I’m getting old? As seen on SMBC Hm, I have to post some more on computing in the future. That’s serious stuff, but I can still pull it… Continue reading Getting Old in Other Fields [en]
Recently, friends have brought to my attention that I tend to be rather annoying at times, with respect to stating my views on religion. In particular, that I like to bring up related issues in conversation and to stick to the ensuing discussion persistently. They also point out that I can be quite upfront about… Continue reading Respect [en]
That’s a nice one from the Why-I-am-an-atheist series over at Pharyngula: I am a religious agnostic because of science, an atheist because of probability, and an anti-theist because of religion.
Subject: Your controversy with the LSE Students’ Union Dear Members of the Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society, I’m writing to support and encourage you in your struggle with the LSE Students’ Union, which apparently originated around your endorsement of a Jesus and Mo cartoon on Facebook. Actually, to me it seems the conflict only arose… Continue reading Open Letter to the Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society at London School of Economics [en]