2. The god meme. Basically hilarious, poking fun at the Judeo-Christan God and all his idiosyncrasies.
3. Rachel Held Evans's blog. She's a Christian writer who is amazingly reasonable. On her blog she documented her "year of living biblically," exploring the many rules in the Old Testament that women no longer follow. She did this to highlight that all modern Christians, no matter how strict they think they are, are selective in their approach to the Bible. This brought to the forefront the interesting discussion about what can be disregarded as "cultural of the time" and what has to be kept up as a command from god.
4. Same blog. Rachel also regularly hosts conversations with people of different faiths and/or beliefs, for example a gay Christian and an atheist. The atheist had a great line when he was explaining how being an atheist doesn't make you immoral:
5. Our physics teacher did a survey about our religious background and our personal beliefs. I marked down Christian for my heritage, since I did go to church occasionally as a kid, even though both my parents are basically non-believers. For my own beliefs, I marked atheism. But that's just my logical beliefs. Emotionally I'm agnostic, because I find believing in nothing supernatural way too depressing. Wishfully, I'm a pantheist, because I think having a pantheon of gods to pray to for different occasions would be really neat, without having one all powerful "loving yet vindictive" god. Which brings me to the last point...
orange juice and yogurt in the same smoothie is a bad idea. Trust me, it was bad.