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Bible Belt Leads the Nation in Consumption of Gay Porn

USA-Bible-Belt-a[1]Folks in the Bible Belt watch more gay pornography than anywhere else in the nation according to new numbers released by Pornhub, one of the world’s biggest porn sites. Pornhub reports that the majority of states with a high percentage of gay viewers is in the South. According to the numbers, Mississippi, Louisiana and Georgia lead the South in gay porn consumption, and the state with the highest percentage of gay porn viewers in the nation is Mississippi at 5.6%. [Read more]

Pastor Reportedly Buys His Way Onto New York Times Bestseller List

03-06bestsellers_full_380[1]Aspire to see your book land on the New York Times bestseller listWith a couple hundred thousand dollars and the services of an enterprising – if dubious – marketing outfit, you can. That’s according to new reports outlining how Mark Driscoll, an evangelical pastor, paid $210,000 to ResultSource Inc., a professional firm in the business of making bestsellers. [Read more]

Worldwide, Many See Belief in God as Essential to Morality

PG-belief-in-god-03-13-2014-01[1]Many people around the world think it is necessary to believe in God to be a moral person, according to surveys in 40 countries by the Pew Research Center. However, this view is more common in poorer countries than in wealthier ones. In 22 of the 40 countries surveyed, clear majorities say it is necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values. This position is highly prevalent, if not universal, in Africa and the Middle East. At least three-quarters in all six countries surveyed in Africa say that faith in God is essential to morality. [Read more]

Atheist Group Claims BPD Chief Uses Job to Promote Christianity

3381673_G[1]An atheist group is accusing Birmingham’s Police Chief of mixing his job with his religion. The Freedom From Religion Foundation says Police Chief A.C. Roper is misusing his position to promote Christianity. They issued a seven-page letter to Roper and posted a 10-minute YouTube video to express their criticism of his prayer walks. Roper, a Christian minister, has teamed up with Prayer Force United to hold prayer walks in communities throughout Birmingham. [Read more]

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