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The answer rests with longstanding and near-constant religious declarations by politicians that “perpetuate the impression that America was specially ordained by God and that the nation’s governing documents and institutions reflect Christian values.”
Apparently, atheists and agnostics in the United States discuss religion quite a bit during the average week – as often as some Christians, in fact.
Most of my friends know my posture on religion in general. I have studied (and at times practiced) various religions in my lifetime, and at the end of the day, I am an atheist.
Christianity happened. Superstition is invented. Libraries are burned by Christian theists, especially the big one in Alexandria, where all the scientific discoveries were kept.
The largest Christian Zionist organization in the United States, Christians United for Israel (CUFI), will hold its 10th Annual Summit next week in Washington, DC.
Family Research Council (FRC) President Tony Perkins took to one of FRC’s many publications to denounce AU’s work as evidence of Christian “persecution.”
Meeting people my religion condemned to hell and realizing they had a better outlook on life than I did.
This myth tries to claim that during times of great crisis, in particular those which threaten a person’s life, it is no longer possible to “hold out” and maintain disbelief in a higher, saving power.
The Oslo diocese, its bishop and its financial officer are accused of fraudulently registering thousands of people on its membership lists as to receive greater subsidies from the government.
It is the human intellect that separates us from other creatures to a great extent and an “intellectual” actively and specifically cultivates this particular faculty.
Graham wrote that the White House’s decision to celebrate LGBT Pride month and the Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision with rainbow colors may incite a lightning strike from an angry God.
For traditional Jews, kosher observance involves both obedience to God and identity with their people and heritage across thousands of years.
Humanist celebrants continue to be an importance resource for individuals who want a personalized, nonreligious ceremony.
I welcome the atheist critique in that I believe it performs a prophetic service to our generation of Christians.
Women, on average, are more religious than men. Yet, two-thirds of religious Americans belong to a community that won’t consider women for leadership positions.
Hundreds of conservative evangelical pastors across the country are being trained to run for political office. The project is part of an effort to mobilize an “army” to do battle in the culture wars.