He spends the first few paragraphs deriding faith and religious people, with such arrogantly superior gems as this:
There is no point in it. All this back-and-forth sniping serves to do is to make us feel a sense of superiority to the person making the claims and does nothing for them except leave them with a smugness about their assumption that “atheists are all mean.” Faith overrides knowledge and truth in any situation, so arguing with a theist is akin to banging your head against a brick wall: You will injure yourself and achieve little.
Just after a few paragraphs of this type of arrogance, he then states this:
I have decided to define myself by what I stand for in life rather than what I don’t believe in. I call this “methodological humanism.” In essence, methodological humanism is a standpoint by which everyone, theist, agnostic, and atheist alike, can agree on as a platform from which we can all benefit: the need for food, water, and sanitation; the protection of our natural environment; and the preservation of the world as a whole. Without these things, we, as a species, cease to exist.
Make sure to read the link to “methodological humanism.”
Are atheists really this intellectually blind? Can he honestly not see the disconnect?
He derides faith, then blindly creates his own little faith-based beliefs which we should all agree for we will all “benefit”.
But I’m probably just “banging my head against a brick wall” as even if he reads this he probably will not see.
Bonus Fun: On the sidebar of his blog he states “I am a member of Secular Woman”. I have no point with this but it amused me.