[For Ask An Atheist Day], my atheist and non-atheist friends asked me stuff in jest and in turn I make silly replies. However, one friend did ask honest questions last night and I exposed her to a boat-load of critical thinking stuff...She asked if I had been brought up religious, then, how I changed my mind, if my wife is the same as me (no, she's Catholic) and if God was our witness at our marriage. I got to say, "Well, if God is omnipresent, he had to have been a witness, right?" [...] It was a productive conversation in that we were both civil and I tried not to bog her down into the deeper philosophical arguments we are often exposed to.
Scott from Michigan
[For Ask An Atheist Day],I answered about 5 or 6 really great questions, and all were respectful except one guy who kept pressing and claiming that atheists were all hurtful and egotistical know-it-alls that hate everyone else. The post was readable only to my non-atheist friends, which made sure there wasn't any snark.
David from Stockton
[For Ask An Atheist Day], someone asked me about being an atheist Sunday school teacher.
Jonathan from the Seattle area
What kind of wine did Jesus turn the water into? White? Red? Could he change the alcohol content?
Meaghann from Texas
You’d have to look closely, but the site looks different today. Maybe you’ll figure it out while you read the rest of this. Ask an Atheist is a very different show in 2017 than it was in 2010, when we first started out. For starters, the name is different. Mike told me once, a long […]