Well, 2020 is finally over. What a year. This one’s going to echo in our souls for decades to come.
The digits on the date are rolling over once again, which means it’s time for my annual year-end reflection. This year’s reflection is special, in that it’s not just a reflection on the past year, but also the past decade: the first decade of Canadian Atheist.
It’s become a bit of a tradition for me to publish a year-end reflection at the end of a year, so let’s reflect on 2017.
Well, it’s been a shitty year. You don’t even need to hear that from me; everyone’s 2016 year-end reviews are saying more or less the same thing.
2015 was a shitty year. There’s really no way to put it more gently. Book-ended by two of the worst acts of religious terrorism in recent history – both of which occurred in Paris, France – 2015 was a year of disasters large and small. Other than the attacks in … Continue reading