Art: The Gateway to Heaven

This article will be slightly more personal than usual. I might include this in my upcoming book, but we'll see. The other night, I was walking with my best friend, who is a Christian. As everyone who’s read my writing for any length of time already knows, I’m an atheist and have been for nearly a decade. … Continue reading Art: The Gateway to Heaven

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Atheist Miracles

I made a mistake today. Today's article was going to talk about my Remnant series and the fact that people can be worse than anything you see in fiction. I was going to use an example from my own life, about my own blood relatives, but the example occurred too recently, and I felt it would be … Continue reading Atheist Miracles

My Upcoming Autobiography

My best friend, who I consider to be more of a brother than either of the blood-related brothers I grew up with, is a devout Christian. However, I am an atheist who believes the world would finally know peace if all religions disappeared, including Christianity. How can two people with such opposite ideological differences keep … Continue reading My Upcoming Autobiography

Scenes I Love | Gifted

I'm starting 2 new segments here called "Scenes I Love," and, "Lyrics I Love." Expect to see them regularly, but on no particular schedule. To begin "Scenes I Love," I'll be quoting one of my favorite scenes of all time, from a new movie called Gifted. "Is there a god?" "I don't know." "Just tell me." … Continue reading Scenes I Love | Gifted

Fiction vs. Fact

What is better: A true story, or a fictional story? I think the logical answer is that it depends on the story itself.  Why do we tell stories? Perhaps it's because we are social, intelligent animals. We like knowing there's hope when there seems to be none; we like knowing we are not alone; we like … Continue reading Fiction vs. Fact

Excerpt: The Atheist Pocket Book

"Misconceptions regarding atheism extend to every single aspect of it, from the reason behind it to the very definition of it. So, I feel it’s necessary to start things off by defining the word. ‘Atheist’ is merely a combination of the prefix a, which means without, and theist, which means believing in one or many … Continue reading Excerpt: The Atheist Pocket Book