D.J. Grothe is president of the James Randi Educational Foundation. He is also the former Vice President and Director of Outreach Programs for the Center for Inquiry and associate editor of Free Inquiry magazine. He hosted the weekly radio show and podcast Point of Inquiry, exploring the implications of the scientific outlook with leading thinkers.
November 9, 2009
Vitaly Ginzburg, vocal secular humanist and Nobel Prize winning Russian physicist, died yesterday
November 6, 2009
Austin Dacey chimes in about the subway and billboard ads some see as promoting atheism
November 3, 2009
On GRITtv, De Dora, Jr. and others debate the proper place of religion and spirituality on the Left
November 2, 2009
A skeptic's review of the fun presentation by TV Ghost Hunters Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson at the University of Missouri
November 2, 2009
Rev Michael Dowd, friend of CFI, was recently diagnosed with advanced lymphoma. This is the one message he wants to communicate
When Carl Sagan, James Randi, Paul Kurtz, Martin Gardner, Ray Hyman, and others came together in the mid-1970s to form CSICOP...
As most of the readers of the Skeptical Inquirer probably know, podcasts are audio shows...
November 1, 2009
Austin Dacey has interesting opinions about being good without God and organized humanism
October 21, 2009
Bus ads promoting nonreligious morality stirs up Fox News commentator Sean Hannity
October 19, 2009
What Barbara Bradley Hagerty got right, and got wrong, in the NPR story about Blasphemy Day, with additional thoughts
October 10, 2009
An impressive diplay of interviewing skills when Richard Dawkins recently appeared on FOX News' O'Relly Factor
October 9, 2009
According to the National Republican TrustPAC, the "secular humanist" Nobel Prize Committee believes in Obama as kind of Messiah
October 4, 2009
The Missouri Senator appears on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me To be quizzed on Blasphemy Day
October 1, 2009
Sibanye, CFI Harlem's humane and energetic freethought leader, passed away
September 22, 2009
New research published today suggests the nonreligious could soon outnumber the U.S.'s major denominations, including Catholics
September 21, 2009
At the largest sci-fi/fantasy convention in the U.S., the skeptics come out en masse
September 18, 2009
Frank Schaeffer, son of Francis Schaeffer, the leading figure in Christian-political activism, speaks out
September 17, 2009
With Star Trek on my mind because of Dragon*Con etc., I was happy to read of Shatner's atheism
September 16, 2009
A minor controversy ensues at a St. Louis grocery store over the manager pushing his faith with a crucifix
September 1, 2009
The Skeptical Society of St. Louis makes good on Missouri's "Show Me State" Reputation
August 21, 2009
The Bad Astronomer Phil Plait shares the skeptical point of view and ideas for organizing at a large technology conference
July 31, 2009
Rarely do you hear the ideals of secular humanism so eloquently advanced on Fox News.
July 27, 2009
TAM 7 was an event to be remembered. Magicians, skepticism and community created the best convention of its kind.
May 7, 2009
At the National Prayer Breakfast, Obama 's remarks paved the way for him to diminish National Day of Prayer
May 6, 2009
President refuses to hold any public ceremony promoting the National Day of Prayer
April 30, 2009
Why are the actively religious more prone to support torture? And the "nones" least likely to do so?
March 20, 2009
What's next for secular humanists after they win the culture war?
February 12, 2009
A few reasons why Darwin Day matters, and why you should get involved!
February 8, 2009
Seven quick reasons why Obama's expansion of Bush's Faith Based Initiative is flat-out wrong
January 21, 2009
Obama Repeats Flubbed Oath, But Without A Bible
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