Belief in the supernatural is still alive and kicking, even among UK atheists who don’t believe in a god. A Research report (ref. 1) has revealed that only a third of UK atheists claim to completely reject supernatural beliefs such as life after death, astrology, and the existence of a universal life-force.Continue reading “Shock Research: Most UK Atheists Believe in the Supernatural!”
In association with our friends at the London Atheist Activist Group (LAAG), Atheism UK is proud to announce that Texas State Director of American Atheists, host of the Ra-Men Podcast and one third of the “Unholy Trinity”, AronRa will be coming to speak on “Religious Culture and AA’s Activism”.
Thursday 30th April 2015 at 7.30pm-10.30pm
The Prince of Wales Pub, Drury Lane.
Atheism UK Distinguished Supporter Dr Sue Blackmore recently attempted to deliver a lecture to a group of 17-18 year olds in Oxford.
What followed was a prime example of how religions poison minds!
Public lecture: Middlesex University, Tuesday 13th May at 4pm Continue reading “A cognitive theory of religion”
No, it’s not the delivery you were expecting from Amazon Continue reading “Knock, knock!”
Christian education – a great oxymoron of our time Continue reading “Faith-free education”
If I may be self indulgent for a moment…
Rich Honess of Atheism UK joins host Jake Farr-Wharton and AAI President Stuart Bechman in discussing the top religion stories from 2013 on the Secular World Podcast.
Jesus, Heaven, Hell and hilarity? – what else but brilliant atheist fiction Continue reading “Book review: ‘A Brief Eternity’ by Paul Beaumont”
A well-researched book that deserves a place in your reference library Continue reading “Book review: 50 Great Myths About Atheism”
Atheism, Catholicism and a good laugh all in one book! Continue reading “Book review: ‘Faithless’ by Tony Philpott”