Benny Hart says he just wants to exercise his First Amendment rights
The investigation into science's public image didn't even ask about the atheist professor, but it got an answer anyway
Founder insists believers are welcome as well as long as they don't have religious symbols on their headstones
Documentary exposes 'silent challenges' facing those who abandon their Muslim faith
'If you think atheists are violent you don't know what violence means'
'I was in shock when I heard I was being charged'
Hundreds of students have taken to the streets to demand the killers be caught
Around the world, a number of countries continue to criminalise atheists and humanists, with 13 having laws which enable them to impose the death penalty
Governments have imposed their own rules against religion throughout history
Asked 'Do you believe in God?', those responding 'no' outweighed those who said 'yes' for first time ever
The court also fined him 20,000 riyals – or, just short of £4,000
A new study has uncovered vast swathes of the ancient world did not believe in Gods, contrary to popular belief
Actress Julie Hesmondhalgh was only meant to work on Coronation Street for two months. Her character was intended as little more than a gimmick to help the Manchester-based soap opera compete in the ratings battle with then-dominant EastEnders. Fifteen years later, her character’s story has finally come to a close, and with it, one of soap’s most enduring and touching romances: that of oddball Roy and his kind-hearted wife, Hayley.
A supervisor on the case, said: 'The decision represents an important recognition that a lack of religious belief is in itself a thoughtful and seriously-held philosophical position'
Atheist minister says he had been invited by the founder of the worldwide web Sir Tim to present but had been blocked by BBC senior management
It wasn't your average Advent Sunday service. It started with a rousing chorus of Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now' and ended with Abba's 'Waterloo'. In between there was a poem dedicated to Tony Wilson, a mini rave and a Danish clapping game. This was Sunday Assembly, a "godless church" which has one aim - to celebrate life. It has all the trappings of a traditional Sunday service – a sermon, songs, readings, community notices, a collection, tea and cakes – but none of the religion. Its only creed is live better, help often, wonder more.