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Last year, three atheists and agnostics took over took over an empty table at the Activities Fair, which yearly takes place on College Walk.
One of the interesting features of modern American Christianity is how much it has borrowed from American capitalism and popular American business practices.
At least 12 bloggers have packed their bags and fled abroad in recent weeks. Others are preparing to follow suit and leave the Muslim-majority country.
Linda K. Wertheimer wrote recently that even well-intentioned public schools don’t always get this stuff right.
The fossils were discovered in an African cave in 2013 and could force us to rethink what we know about human evolution.
However, there is someone who already knows everything, so he is not in doubt. Yes, we’re referring to Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the Australian entrepreneur who has become the ayatollah of Appalachia.
Churches are always trying to get your attention with flashy postcards and fliers, but Blue Mountain Community Church may want to rethink this one.
Skipping almost the entirety of the book, McGrath jumps all the way now to one single part of Chapter 10, with his new entry at Bible & Interpretation, “Mythicism and the Making of Mark.”
While religious leaders are as entitled as anyone else to express their views about the Assisted Dying Bill, there is no doubt the media give the opinions of “faith leaders” disproportionate prominence.
Pastor Westley West, 27, was charged with attempting to incite a riot, malicious destruction of property, disorderly conduct, disturbance of the peace, false imprisonment, and failure to obey, police said.
A couple of weeks ago, the American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center sent a letter to a Mississippi school district where a teacher had put up a Prayer Request Board in her classroom.
Two months have passed since Obergefell was decided, and the Christian right are right back at it. Most of the Republican candidates, especially Mike Huckabee, are applauding Kim Davis.
Davis cited “religious conscience” as the reason why she discriminated against same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses, failed to do her job, and willingly broke the law.
In the case of same-sex refusenik Kim Davis, some conservative intellectuals and pundits are willing to break ranks and see the bigger picture.
The most fundamental thing to understand is that no group and no church is owed a tax exemption. These exemptions on various taxes are in no way protected by the Constitution.
Hanad Musse stood before a federal judge Wednesday, ready to plead guilty for his involvement in conspiring to support terrorists in Syria. But U.S. District Judge Michael Davis wanted more.
If there is but a single religious figure from human history that people should be discouraged from emulating, it’s the founder of the Islamic religion, Muhammad.
Mark Rozzi says he was 13, a young altar boy, when a priest at his eastern Pennsylvania parish sexually assaulted him in a shower.
In 2005, on behalf of the elders of Christ Church, pastor Doug Wilson wrote a letter to a member of his church, Gary.
Christopher Harding discusses the historical negotiation between Buddhism and Psychotherapeutic frameworks, in Japan.
If theists are going to have any chance to get a skeptical, the first step must obviously be to have a coherent, understandable definition of the subject being debated.
The New-York-state based Satanic Temple announced it has applied to construct a statue in Arkansas of Baphomet, a goat-headed deity often used to represent Satan.
The state will go to court this week to defend a policy that bans people who believe in spanking children from becoming foster parents.
A society can often be judged by how it treats its children. Unfortunately, the laws supposedly handed down by this god to the ancient Hebrews were not always very kid-friendly.
Look what we found at the website of the Christian Post, which describes itself as “the nation’s most comprehensive Christian news website.”
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It’s easy to advocate that Europe establish an open-door policy to welcome the refugees, but Europe’s history of reluctance further complicates the situation.