A brilliant Persian scientist said to have been born in mid-May almost a millennium ago remarkably dared to voice his agnosticism in perhaps the most famous poem ever to come from a Muslim land. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam scoffs at theologians, laments the unknowability of the hereafter and hails worldly pleasure as the only […]
For us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the past week was global.
GUEST COLUMNIST SARAH MILLS: “When I left the Jehovah’s Witnesses, I realized it was not unique at all.”
We here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation had our hands full this week opposing bad ideas.
We tackle so many different things here every week at the Freedom from Religion Foundation.
Ask not what all we do during the course of a regular week at the FFRF to make the world a more secular and rational place.
This week at the FFRF, our time was taken up with legal battles and religious denominations, among several things. So what’s new, right?
An accusation of blasphemy in Pakistan apparently is the equivalent of being labeled a witch during the Salem witch trials. There’s no way to defend against it.
FFRF Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor comments about the Presidential Family Forum in Des Moines, Iowa.