The post you send in must be from a godless perspective and address something such as atheism, church/state separation, the evolution/creation debate, theodicy, philosophy of religion, etc. There is a huge amount of wiggle room in the post subject and we will consider every submission carefully for inclusion.That makes this Carnival sound somewhat interesting, but the following makes it potentially very interesting:
"From a godless perspective" does NOT mean that you must be an atheist to send in a submission. There are plenty of theists who blog from a godless perspective. We welcome their posts. We will even consider posts criticizing godlessness in general, or atheism in particular. We recognize that there are some damned interesting theists out there who will have written relevant posts.The possibility of a wide variety of perspectives could make for very interesting reading.
On an only partially related note, I personally think it would be interesting to have topical "carnivals" that are sort of like special sessions at scholarly conferences. There are a couple ways this could be done. The first is to just propose a topic, and then have people write and submit posts on it. The topics would be more specific than those that most of the carnivals elicit. The second way to do it would be to take a post (either one that's already written, or one that someone is invited to write), and ask for submissions that comment on that post. After all the submissions are in, the author of the original post could then write a reply to them. I don't know if either of these ideas is really feasible, but it's something to think about.