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Three young people were murdered in Chapel Hill, NC recently. They were college students and Muslim. The killer is openly Atheist and anti-theist.
In the moral realm, Christian Supremacy is the idea that Christianity is superior to all other religions, and by extension, that Christians are superior to all non-Christians.
The next time someone tries to tell you that Islam produces the only violent religious extremists of the world, show them these examples.
Right on cue, the right wing is in high dudgeon over comments President Barack Obama made during last week’s National Prayer Breakfast that are supposedly anti-Christian and offensive.
This week, President Obama met with Muslim leaders in a private political meeting for the first time in his six-year presidency.
Jesse Washington was just one black man to die horribly at the hands of white death squads.
A school board in Florida has voted to ban all religious materials from being distributed in public schools after a New York-based Satanist group.
Ideally, democratic politics is the “art of the possible” — the art of getting things done and governing a community in which diverse interests and perspectives exist.
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker responded to criticism after first dodging a question about whether he believes in evolution.
A few reasons we should all recognize February 12 as Darwin Day.
Like Moses the solar hero whose face shined like the sun and who had solar “horns,” among many other attributes from ancient sun myths, the biblical “prophet” Jonah and his escapades with a “whale” or “big fish” likewise symbolize solar mythology.
Like many of us, my early introduction to the study of Atheism began with a practical submersion into the theoretical discourse about how scholars have made use of the term, an immersion that left me somewhat disheartened.
When it opens in late 2017, just about every aspect of the planned Museum of the Bible — the building materials, doorways and common areas — are intended to bring to mind the Holy Land or stories from the good book itself.
Family Christian Stores (FCS) has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Yet the ministry assured customers yesterday that it “does not expect” to close any of its more than 250 stores or lay off any of its approximately 4,000 employees.
It seems that Linda Harvey of the anti-LGBT group Mission America was not a fan of the Super Bowl Halftime Show.