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Welcome to an almost-special issue of Evangelically Atheist!
This issue focuses mostly on the controversial RELIGIOUS FREEDOM law in Indiana, as well as the upcoming documentary on SCIENTOLOGY, “Going Clear.”
There are a few other news mentions, as well, on Islam, Noah’s Ark, New Atheism, and ancient gods. If you would like to donate to our one-person team here at EA, visit the website and click the link.
I’m an atheist and I’m not running for president. That means my chances of being taken seriously as a presidential candidate are a bit better than Donald Trump’s.
As the current common council met for the last time Tuesday, members unanimously voted to make discriminating against atheism, and others who do not believe in God, illegal.
CJ’s incredible (literally) slanders are far beyond the typical lexicon of neoliberal argument as we have seen in recent months.
Washiqur Rahman, 27, was attacked and killed Monday morning in the capital city of Dhaka by three men wielding knives or other sharp weapons.
Fueled by worries of secular moral decay, a network of Christian groups is increasingly using a little-known legal loophole to get God into public schools.
According to Raw Story, the California Court of Appeal ruled on Tuesday that Marshel Copple’s Sun Worshiping Atheism did not satisfy the requirements of a three-point checklist in order to be considered a religion.
You live in a country with more religious liberty than any other in recorded history. No one is burning you at the stake, putting you in concentration camps, shooting you on sight.
The 1993 federal law protecting religious freedom, to which Indiana Gov. Mike Pencehas pointed as the model for the state’s controversial new law, grew out of two Native Americans’ use of peyote in a religious ceremony.
Protected discrimination theoretically includes not only discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, but also discrimination against those of other religions.
Many liberals have condemned Indiana’s new religious liberty law as a thinly veiled attack on LGBT rights. Not so fast, says Boston University’s Stephen Prothero.
The Texas Religious Freedom and Restoration Act, or RFRA, prohibits government from infringing on religion.
“Religious Freedom” is the god given right to be a full on, unadulterated, shameless hateful BIGOT. So, just say it jackasses. Just say the words. “I hate fags. They are sub-human and must die.”
A new petition calls for the IRS to revoke the Church of Scientology’s tax-exempt status.
Director Alex Gibney lifts the lid on an international racket steeped in mystery.
Many consider Scientology to be a cult and not a religion, but I find the differences between the two concepts to be pretty blurry.
With the aid of the Internet, those inside and outside the organizations that make up the Church of Scientology can easily find and communicate with each other, and realize that there are others who share their views and concerns.
The Church of Scientology has long been a controversial institution among both the religious community and entertainment business.
The letter follows a similar call by the National Latino Evangelical Coalition, which recently became the first national evangelical group to publicly call for an end to capital punishment.
Muhammad ordered the deaths of numerous people who had crossed him and his religion, whether the victim’s crimes were serious or trivial, Muhammad had many people assassinated and executed.
Her entire career has been based on painting all Muslims with the same brush.
The Reverend David Fraser sat as a full voting member on the Education Committee of Clackmannanshire County Council.
Vulcan was the big and muscly Roman god of fire and metal workers. Just like most of the gods (and many metal workers) he was impressively built.