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Even after I lost my faith, I still presumed that the Bible a collection of stories that were created to teach lessons and that there was always a moral to the story (like children’s TV).
So many people believe that religion cannot change – most especially the sacred scripture of their religion.
Only 30% of Britons told the survey that they were religious, with 53% reporting that they were not religious, and 13% describing themselves as atheists.
Depending on who you ask, the US is becoming more Christian (with all Republican presidential hopefuls denying climate change on religious grounds) or more agnostic (with a huge backlash against Indiana’s discrimination against gays).
Judaism will no longer be the largest non-Christian religion in the country and, by 2050, Muslims are projected to be more numerous in the U.S. than people who identify as Jewish on the basis of religion.
Theists who cannot defend theism or criticize atheism through logic or evidence are left attacking the alleged implications of atheism.
Dean Saxton rips pages from the Quran and throws them onto the ground, stomping on them in protest.
We Are Atheism, co-founded four years ago by then-University of Kansas student Amanda Brown and her husband, Adam Brown, is facing questions about mismanaged donations and misrepresentation of its tax-exempt status.
After a series of challenges to the distribution of Gideon Bibles in the state’s school districts, Oklahoma’s attorney general stepped in to defend the practice.
In a story this week, the Post goes behind the scenes of the legislative compromise in Mormon-dominated Utah.
Scholars in Wales have discovered that parts of one of the most important books in Welsh history was erased and some of the texts on its animal-skin pages overwritten.
In addition to the material Matthew and Luke copied from Mark, we often find material shared in common between Matthew and Luke that is absent from Mark.
Yutaka Osakabe and Isaac Gagné explore what we can learn from the absence of the Sunday Assembly [SA] in Japan, despite some interest in setting it up.
After all, the very First Amendment in the Bill of Rights says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” But I was wrong.
“Going Clear” gives a glimpse into how indoctrination really works. A 20th-century tragedy reveals even more.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann suggested in an interview this weekend that President Obama’s “anti-Israel” and “pro-the goals of Islamic jihad” policies have brought the world into the biblical End Times.
David Berzins also urged Christians not to be afraid to defy LGBT people or to fear their reprisals.
During a presidential candidate forum hosted by an Iowa homeschool grou, Ted Cruz lashed out at the gay community for waging a “jihad” against so-called religious freedom laws in states such as Arkansas and Indiana.