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The film was made by Kristoffer Hellesmark, and you can get more information here. Although Hitch is gone, and if you were a fan, this will make you sad. The great voice is stilled forever.
If science is concerned exclusively with facts and religion exclusively with values, for example, then they might avoid direct conflict by explaining different things.
The survey of 65 countries, conducted by Gallup International and the WI Network of Market Research, is based on 63,898 interviews.
Religion and culture expert Dr. Alex McFarland, host of the national Stand Strong Tour, says the numbers are disturbing but not surprising.
In the United States, 56 percent of residents say they’re religious, 33 percent say they’re not, and 6 percent describe themselves as atheists.
The student contacted the American Humanist Association about the incident and the group is demanding an apology from the school.
Sooner State Constitution Does Not Allow For Direct Taxpayer Aid To Religious Schools, Say Civil Liberties Groups
A conservative legal firm is claiming victory after an atheist activist group announced that it will not appeal a recent New Jersey trial court decision in favor of the presence of “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.
They are used by people who have businesses that are supposed to be open to the public, but who want to force their beliefs onto others.
At conservative religious colleges, leaders are in a real pickle. Hosting faculty with unpopular beliefs could lead to a loss of tuition dollars. Getting rid of them could lead to charges of dictatorial ambition.
They either ignore it (the NYT sporadically gives it a tiny nod), or, when they mention it, do so in a mealymouthed way, equating it with faith.
While I realize that many of our experiences differ, common threads reveal themselves in story after story of pain, exclusion, confusion, betrayal, abuse, doubt, faith crises, questioning loyalties, and more.
Besides room for Noah, his family, and thousands of animals — including dinosaurs! — there was “more than enough space” for large cisterns. That’s amazing!
A detailed survey of 1,300 local congregations showed white evangelicals are by far the category least involved in political activism in comparison with Catholics, black Protestants, moderate and liberal “mainline” Protestants and non-Christian groups.
Opponents of reproductive freedom and LGBT rights, taking this message to heart, have been pursuing an aggressive, ever more brazen strategy of using religion to discriminate.
The interface of celebrities and Scientology gives the film its main source of fascination.
A bill seeking to make the Bible the official book of Tennessee would violate separation of church and state provisions in the federal and state constitutions.