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More Americans than ever are choosing to forgo formal religious attachments—the religiously unaffiliated make up 22 percent of the U.S. population overall.
A free thinker, I imagine, would not follow the teachings of any one teacher or group of teachers, but would sift through reliable information supported by reliable evidence, in order to further their own learning and psychological sovereignty.
The product of the manufacturing of stone tools by hunters and gathers over long periods of time, these stone artifacts literally carpet the ground in some places in Egypt and Libya.
Karim Al-Banna faces three-year prison term for Facebook posts in “highly politicised” case, lawyer says.
Almost every single Christian alive believes that the Bible is the inspired word of a real live god and that it is that god’s instructions and desires for humanity, they don’t think it’s interesting enough to read.
Without a doubt, Judas, the biblical disciple of Jesus, is considered the greatest sinner of all time because of what he did to Jesus.
I’ve been struggling to figure out the intended purpose of belief driven billboards. For example “Jesus is Lord: And You Know It”or “Reason over faith, always” or “Jesus is Muslim (yes we used the present tense.)”
Lifeway Research released a new poll today, finding that a majority of evangelicals want to see Congress pass immigration reform.
The Oklahoma state House has approved legislation that shifts the issuance of marriage licenses from the state to members of the clergy.
After years of preaching the gospel of tight budgets and smaller government, some Republicans are finding religion when it comes to spending.
How can AIG’s drooling fans deal with these contradictory messages? Even their minds must be reeling.
Religion is being in right relation to the divine – the more than merely human sources, if there be such, of meaning and value.
The Feb. 10 killing in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, of three Arab-American students, allegedly by atheist Craig Stephen Hicks has led some to compare militant atheism to Islamic militancy.
My parents, although conservative in political beliefs, were not legalistic, and actually openly debated legalism and fundamentalism in our household.