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Just 31% of under-40s describe themselves as Christian, compared with 56% of under-40s who have no religion.
Often theists will try to place atheism and theism on the same plane by arguing that while theists cannot prove that god exists, atheists also cannot prove that god does not exist.
Did you know that at least forty-six colleges and universities in the United States include a course on humanist philosophy?
Not all atheists deny the existence of all gods and not all of those who do claim absolute certainty.
Without Luke 22:19b-20 and Acts 20:28 there is no concept of blood atonement in Luke-Acts.
To supposedly “help” teenagers maintain their chastity as dictated by the religion, the website of Jehovah’s Witnesses, jw.org, recently released a worksheet aimed toward teens called “Strengthen Your Convictions: Virginity.
Like a lot of conspiracy theories, the one about secular humanism was never terribly coherent — mainly because there didn’t seem to be a lot of secular humanists around.
In his new book, The Big Question: Why We Can’t Stop Talking About Science, Faith and God, Alister McGrath argues that “we need more than science to satisfy our deep yearnings and intuitions.”
Originally, there was supposed to be a Jubilee once every hundred years, but the desire for more and more money has caused the church to pick up the pace.
If you’ve discussed the resurrection with Christians before, then you’re probably familiar with the above argument.
Linda Martin, originally from Idaho, is especially taken aback by what year it is. “These are not things children die of in our time, this is what children died of back in the 1800s, not in the 2000s,” she says.
Rachel Maddow also took note of the fact that the leading 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls had no problem participating in an event organized and co-hosted by an extremist like Scarborough.
As in previous years, the South remains the most Bible-minded region of the country, with all of the top 10 cities located below the Mason-Dixon line.
“The Bible tells you that your words- the words of the people of God- are supposed to be as sharp as a double edge sword,” Pastor Wilson told FOX40.
Davis was initially unresponsive about her reaction to President Obama’s address, telling a reporter simply that “it was a speech,” but went into a little more detail in an interview with EWTN’s Jason Calvi after the event.
Will other cultural conservative ever, ever be willing to make that leap? That’s the question that journalists have to keep asking.