• Staying Relevant in 2019

    2019 is here!

    It has occurred to me that I haven’t posted that much lately and that is regrettable. 2018 was a busy year for me personally. Got a new job and have been working long hours. My atheism has been more mainstream has I have been freelancing for the Religion Section of Publisher’s Weekly. This has allowed me to interview some interesting religious believers and some awesome atheists.

    I really enjoy my work with Publisher’s Weekly so please check out the Index link at the top of the page to check out some of my work there. Also, sign up for my e-mail list in the sidebar because a lot will be happening this year. I was really hoping to have my first book self-published by now, but I want to spend a little more time writing up a conclusion. It’s a short book, but I am proud of it and I think it can really change some hearts and minds on the whole God question.

    And yes, I am planning on posting more content here at SkepticInk. I feel bad that I haven’t been posting the way I used to post. I remember a time when I posted new content every day. For a while, I had been feeling like I have posted everything that needs to be posted. I had been getting the same boring questions and arguments from the religious for so long, that I really had nothing new to say. While this has not entirely changed, I think I come up with new ways to respond and I want to focus on putting a more positive face forward.

    Of course there are plenty of geek things and political things to talk about, but I want to get back to my focus on atheism, Humanism, and futurism. So, I guess that I will try to stay relevant in 2019. 😉

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    Article by: Staks Rosch

    Staks Rosch is a writer for the Skeptic Ink Network & Huffington Post, and is also a freelance writer for Publishers Weekly. Currently he serves as the head of the Philadelphia Coalition of Reason and is a stay-at-home dad.