Monthly Archives: September 2009

Our own Muhammad cartoon controversy (revisited)

In light of today, here’s a link to a past post of mine that had to do with this controversial cartoon:

What he said:

By the way, I didn’t want to single out just the [communion] cracker, so I nailed it to a few ripped-out pages from the Qur’an and The God Delusion. They are just paper. Nothing must be held sacred. Question everything. God is not great, Jesus is not your lord, you are not disciples of any […]

The infamous blasphemous playlist

A sampling of some of the songs for tomorrow: Jesusland by Ben Folds Jesus walking on the water by Violent Femmes God by Tori Amos Opiate by Tool Jesus Saves by Slayer Heresy by Nine Inch Nails Dear God by XTC (and also a Sarah McLachlan cover of it) God by John Lennon (and of […]

Why Blasphemy Day?

Lots of my free time (ha. ha.) has been taken up over the last few weeks and days in preparation for the Blasphemy Day activities of tomorrow afternoon (12-2pm, Arts 211, come join us!). I’m sure there’s a lot of people who read this blog or read my Facebook entries who are wondering why I’m […]


Atheist bus ads hit Saskatoon!

This week the local freethinkers group (that I’m a part of) just started running these ads in local buses. The running of the ads are just in time for the festivities of International Blasphemy Day on Wednesday! I’ve been busy planning our “celebrations” for the day, and I’ll later post some of what we do. […]

What he said:

Another must-see YouTube gem from QualiaSoup: “It’s not whether we believe in gods but how we TREAT each other that says the most about our character.”