A quick shout out

Just want to say a hearty thank-you to Daniel Florien for including my blog on his list of The Top 30 Atheist/Agnostic/Skeptic Blogs. That’s quite an honor, and I’m flattered to be in such good company. You should drop by if you haven’t already and have a look (don’t forget the blogs mentioned in the comments too).

Thanks also to PZ Myers for repeating the list on his blog Pharyngula. We’re seeing a nice bump in the stats right now thanks to these two mentions, and I appreciate it.

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5 Responses to “A quick shout out”

  1. Damian Says:


    To my shame, I only started to read this blog a couple of weeks ago. I’m sure that I had heard about it prior to that, but you know what it’s like — there are just so many damn blogs and not enough time! In fact, it was PalMD who lead me here.

    I have to say though, this is without doubt one of the best that I have encountered, and I have roughly 50 blogs of this type in my reader.

    Thanks for all of the hard work in keeping it both interesting and informative. The greatest compliment that I can pay to you is that you deserve to be read by each and every pharyngulite.

  2. JRQ Says:

    Congratulations — your blog deserves the bump; Your willingness to give serious, detailed, and sustained attention to theistic arguments — whether by Random commenters, other bloggers, or Geisler and Turek and Vox Day– and your ability to carefully sift through their rhetorical slights-of-hand and articulate clearly what’s wrong with them, is rare and most welcome.

  3. pboyfloyd Says:

    Asylum Seeker’s blog, Madman’s Paradise brought/brings me here.

  4. Loren Petrich Says:

    Thanx for going through the trouble of analyzing Vox Day’s “The Irrational Atheist”. Seems rather typical, though I found his analogy of God as a computer-game designer rather amusing.

  5. Nemo Says:

    IMHO your blog is the best at sheer anti-apologetics. Most of them are more news-oriented. This is the one that I could imagine actually deconverting someone.