Hemant Mehta, who runs The Friendly Atheist and achieved some well-deserved fame for his delightful book I Sold My Soul on eBay, recently asked me if I would contribute frequent posts to his site. I like TFA (and Hemant) a lot, so it was easy to say yes.
There are some religion-related topics I’d like to tackle that fall outside the Moral Compass scope, so I welcome the chance to go beyond compiling the terrible things that clergy members and other believers are capable of.
It’s not an exclusive arrangement — I’ll still be taking care of Moral Compass as before, with unreduced gusto.
My first three pieces are up at The Friendly Atheist:
If you like The Friendly Atheist site, put it on your reading menu. See you there — and here!