Noah’s Ark: The Animals’ Perspective

Canadian director Sol Friedman‘s short film “Day 40” was included with the Not Short on Talent programme at the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival. “Day 40,” a 6 minute short, is scheduled to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September:

The story of Noah’s Ark has been told in countless ways, but few have ever envisioned the tale from the animals’ perspective. In this darkly comic and animated account, the assorted fauna reveal their decidedly unholy natures as the water rises ever higher.

 

 

Purchase your tickets on August 19 to see the whole short film “Day 40″ at  the Toronto International Film Festival.

CBSA Accomodates Religious Travelers at the Expense of Female Border Guards

Life in a liberal democracy is never as fair as you’d expect it to be. Case in point is the latest deference to religion in favour of violating the principle of gender equality. According to CBC, on Monday, July 28, Pearson International Airport’s Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) granted the … Continue reading

Books by Atheists Who Were Once Deeply Religious

Both believers and non-believers have criticized atheists for dismissing religion because its claims cannot be proven scientifically (that is, using the scientific method). In doing so, the criticizers explain, the atheists miss an important aspect of belief, which is that religion plays an important role in society. The atheist, Frans de Waal … Continue reading

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