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The fund received 124 donations amounting to £2,504 and the Humanist Association has already sent copies of the book to schools in England and Wales, which they say have been “warmly received”.
Did [Rachel] Dolezal’s strange behavior result in part from her upbringing in an abusive fundamentalist homeschooling family?
If the U.S. population is becoming less and less Christian, why does the Republican presidential campaign sometimes feel like a revival meeting?
The author of a recent report says fundamentalism is a paradox and explains why it’s not going away.
In Michael Moore’s tweet above, he shows how absurd it is, that we spend, invade, and kill millions in order to fight terrorists around the world yet we have terrorists in our own backyards as dangerous and deadly to Americans as any terrorist across the seas.
We can offer our most eloquent and heartfelt prayers at church, but if they’re not accompanied by real, tangible action that takes us down a different path, then our prayers are just empty, worthless words.
As details surface about Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old man who has been charged with the murder of nine people after a brutal church shooting spree Wednesday night in Charleston, South Carolina, a faint portrait of his religious background is emerging.
I came into marriage with a lot of funny ideas on what a Godly marriage was supposed to look like. I’d been raised a good little female homeschooler and read all the right books, including Created to Be His Helpmeet.
Pope Francis challenges the idea that God gave humans dominion (or power) over the earth’s resources, and instead says that human beings have a moral and religious responsibility to care for the planet.
Going somewhat against traditional thought, much of this growth has come from religious Americans who have changed their minds on the issue.
During Ramadan, which began this week, and culminates with the Eid al-Fitr celebration in about a month, more companies are making efforts to accommodate the religious needs of their Muslim workers.
Judge for yourself; I didn’t find it so disturbing because the discussion of religion was limited.
The Church of the Multiplication in Tabgha was set on fire early on June 17 and the suspected hate crime drew fierce condemnation from Israeli leaders from major political parties, The Times of Israel reported.
The evidence presented ranges from tree rings to topography to sedimentology to physical geography to archaeology and anthropology to geochemistry to the fossil record to radiometric dating to astrophysics.
An expert debunks the preconception that conservation and religion are inherently hostile toward each other.
With his latest statement on science, technology and the environment, Pope Francis has sought to change the debate on climate change.
When you tell people you’re a hospice nurse, the default comment is always, ‘Oh I could never do that. I would cry all the time.’