A Catholic hospital tried to save a mother when it may have had a better chance saving the two unborn twins. The lot of them died and the father sued the hospital. Get this, the Catholic hospital's lawyers said a fetus is not a person until it is born. The hospital won the case and counter sued the father for over $118,000 in legal fees and attempted to garnish his wages. The father filled bankruptcy and is going to appeals court. Guess what the Catholic Health Initiatives had to say? That's right, no comment. ReasonBeing weighs in.
Hausdorff has a good explainer of infinities which shows how William Lane Craig (and therefore hundreds of apologetic parrots) get it wrong.
BTW, did you know Haus has a comics page now? Also, he's taking on Revelations now and, wow. I just caught up on the podcasts and it really features how honest belief in a loving God and an honest belief in the bible are mutually exclusive.
Speaking of comics, I dug this one when the world was supposed to end. (I know the Mayans are old news, but I haven't done a link round-up in a while.)
Cephus debunks apologetics by responding to some misguided blog.
Knoxville, TN is the most Bible-friendly city according to a nice infographic found by the Friendly Atheist.
I like this Tumblr God made to clear some shit up.
Here's a rap to send to those who don't understand the difference between a theory and a hypothesis (looking at you, evolution deniers.)
Speaking of raps, this one takes on biblical morality (or the lack thereof.) (via The Friendly Atheist)
More studies on how the folks most outspoken against gays tend to be less then straight. (via Infidel753)