Ah, there's nothing more enjoyable than watching a beautiful Romanian atheist sit on the edge of her bed and seduce me with wise words about the ridiculousness of religion.
Well, let's say there's only a few things more enjoyable.
I thought her final remarks about atheists being on the march, soon to pop up everywhere, were terrific. Humor is one of the best retorts to fundamentalist fools, who usually are deadly dogmatically serious.
This girl has made quite a few other videos, so there's more enjoyment waiting if you like her as much as I do.
If your taste runs more to good looking non-religious males, you'll be pleased to know that Brad Pitt has come out. As 20% atheist and 80% agnostic.
Here's a few other delicious churchless tidbits that I munched on recently...
Mark Morford nailed it in his entertaining column, God is not your bitch -- This just in: It is hugely unlikely God cares much about your sex life
I find I am in a constant swoon of giddy amazement at this universal phenomenon, the fabulous, hubris-loaded idea that God is not actually an unfathomable river of cosmic energy to be supped from like liquid light, while you still take complete responsibility for your own life and choices. Nor is God simply the idea of universal love and compassion, coursing through all things at all times everywhere. How silly to think.
No, God is, apparently, actually far more like some sort of heavyset, hectoring grandmother who reads your email and pokes through your underwear drawer and hates your girlfriend and is, for the most part, very, very disappointed in you. Great!
And while I had a few quibbles with "The Silliest Smear," I heartily agree that saying atheists are as fundamentalist as religious fundamentalists is ridiculous.
Finally, there is the bogus equivalent with atheist certainty and religious certainty. Yes, Answers in Genesis is certain that the world is 6,000 years old, and Richard Dawkins is certain that it isn't. The fact is that only one of them is right, and I'm going to say it right here: it's Mr Dawkins. There is a difference—call it a fundamental one—between being certain and wrong and being certain and right.
...Until god does prove the atheists wrong with an indisputable miracle and Messrs Harris, Dawkins and Dennett still cling to their atheism, fundamentalist religion and "fundamentalist" atheism cannot be put on the same footing. And until those al-Darwinia brigades arrive and start beheading people, "fundamentalist" is a slander against athiest journalists and academics whose sharpest weapon is a pen.