In his new book, “God, No!”, magician and skeptic Penn Jillette takes on a challenge from Glenn Beck and proposes a set of ten commandments for atheists. This has been done before by many people — including Christopher Hitchens — but nonetheless, here’s Penn’s list for your consideration: 1. The highest ideals are human intelligence, creativity and love. Respect these above all. 2. Do not put things or even ideas above other human beings. (Let’s scream at each other about Kindle versus iPad, solar versus nuclear, Republican versus Libertarian, Garth Brooks versus Sun Ra— but when your house is on fire, I’ll be there to help.) 3. Say what you mean, even when talking to yourself. (What used to be an oath to (G)od…