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I was not a lone atheist in the field of interfaith. Atheists and humanists in my network were actively involved in interfaith councils.
According to the social, religious and legal codes of Thomas Paine’s day, he was an infidel, a heretic, a blasphemer, and a seditious traitor.
Since the issue is so charged, articles espousing varying views on the matter prompt both criticism and praise across the Internet.
The historical development of both these religions must be taken into account if a thorough understanding of their similarities and differences is to be acquired.
Most major religious groups formally oppose doctor-assisted suicide, and yet many members support giving patients the option.
An archaeological team led by Steven Collins claims to have discovered a city that matches the Bible’s Sodom, the city destroyed, along with Gomorrah, by the wrath of God.
Countless stories, myths, and legends are told about underground cities and subterranean civilizations spread through a vast network of interconnected tunnels across the planet.
The Ministry of Culture has objected to certain parts of the film “Arbat” including a kissing scene and one where a monk is shown taking drugs.
Mormons who fell dangerously ill on their missions say the church denied them access to medical care.
Maybe they were right. One of the hallmarks of conservative evangelical colleges has always been a clampdown on student behavior.
Two advocates launch an initiative to push back against nuclear family privilege.
Exclusive: We talk with sparring partner Richard Dawkins about New Atheism, Twitter & why he sees Ahmed as a fraud
State Rep. Sheila Butt would rather cut back on all religious study than risk the “indoctrination” of Tennessee students.
Jim Jones spent his childhood exploring religion and torturing animals. These seemingly odd bedfellows do, in fact, make sense.
I know too many women who grew up in conservative Christian environments who experienced sexual assault, but did not recognize it as such at the time. Why?
It happens every year. There’s always that one goofball friend at the Halloween party who is convinced that dressing up as a sexy nun is oh-so-hilarious.
Religious demographics of the world is rapidly changing owing to some major factors like high fertility rates (particularly for some specific religions like Islam), conversion rate, and increasing atheism.