It’s a few days now since Clifford Longley’s supposed complaint to the ASA was released on the internet via the wonders of blogging (for example search Google for the string "According to growing numbers of scientists, the laws and constants… Continue reading →
The ASA complaint about the Atheist Bus ad campaign, as reported in the Guardian website supposedly emanates from one Clifford Longley. In fact, the complaint is largely plagiarised from a religious website, and makes the same strategic cock-ups as many… Continue reading →
Here’s another attempted broadside from religious wackos. A comment article on the Guardian website from Andrew Brown presents a statement that "distinguished religious affairs commentator" Clifford Longley (who? Presumably this Clifford Longley, who’s website hasn’t been updated in a while)… Continue reading →
The Daily Telegraph today has a report on the British Humanist Association’s atheist bus advert (which I posted about back in October: Humanist message on London buses). It’s a peculiar article from the religious affairs correspondent that seems to emphasise… Continue reading →
I found this cartoon at jesusandmo.net over at Pharyngula.
So, is a belief in Santa Claus (he of the Coca-Cola-inspired red outfit) any less resonable than a belief in God (any God)? The Unreasonable Faith blog thinks not: