(RNS) Most saw in the talk show host’s rejection of Nyad’s atheism what polls, studies and often their own experience tell them -- that atheists are among the least trusted and least liked Americans.Read More »
Author to students: Atheists and believers can work together
Chris Stedman, author of "Faitheist," visited Eastern Washington University and the Compassionate Interfaith Society on Monday to talk about the importance of atheists and theists working together for the common good.Read More »
“Faitheist” author coming to EWU, urges Atheists and believers to work together
Chris Stedman thinks Atheists and believers have some key things in common and should start working together to improve society.
He writes about this in his book, “Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious” and will discuss it further on April 29 at Eastern Washington University, where he’ll spend the day visiting with students and community members about the importance of interfaith work.Read More »
What’s a ‘Faitheist’? Chris Stedman explains
As the assistant humanist chaplain at Harvard University, Chris Stedman coordinates its “Values in Action” program. In his recent book, “Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious,” he tells how he went from a closeted gay evangelical Christian to an “out” atheist, and, eventually, a Humanist.Read More »