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One angry person wrote to officials in Belle Plaine, MN: "You just gave the Keys to the City to Satan. Very Dumb."There's more where that came from.
A new research paper offers a neat way to see the differences between how people of faith and no faith conduct themselves on Facebook.
This is what happens when your rap career takes off before you set foot in a science class.
If this doesn't make you want to join #TheResistance, I don't know what will.
He drove hundreds of miles, dressed up like a Confederate soldier, and saluted a statue of Robert E. Lee... but he's very upset someone took his picture and made his life difficult.
This is one powerful way to challenge anti-atheist stereotypes in an overwhelmingly religious country.
The New Zealand Charities Board said the anti-gay, anti-abortion group Family First did not qualify as a charity.
Author Eric Metaxas has spent years trying to promote the fine-tuning argument, and today's eclipse is no exception.
A UK government agency has rejected settlement claims for 700 alleged abuse victims since 2012.Some of those stories involve priests who claim their victims gave consent.
A group of graduates of Liberty University plan to send back their diplomas to protest Jerry Falwell, Jr.'s support of Donald Trump after the events in Charlottesville.Sounds like a powerful gesture. Too bad it won't accomplish anything.
Another Malaysian government official wants to punish atheists for daring to meet in public.
White evangelical Christians are now supporting a President whose irrational policies hurt their own agenda.When will they finally admit it?
The process to change the laws will take years, but these first steps send an important signal to other countries governed at least in part by Islamic law.
Perhaps if Christians who walked away from church (even if they still believe in God) explain why they left, others will take the hint.
They also discussed an unhinged pastor from New Zealand, Tim Allen's ignorance of evolution, and the Juggalos.
The researchers were able to put a number on the alt-right's views, but they used scientific illiteracy to get there.
If your beliefs are transformed because the moon passes in front of the sun, let's admit they weren't on solid ground to begin with.
According to one Christian activist, the Founding Fathers secretly wanted to abolish slavery, so they did it by playing 4-dimensional chess with the Constitution.
For some reason, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin didn't elaborate on how the removal of forced Christian prayer from public schools led white supremacists in Charlottesville to chant, "Jews will not replace us."
The eclipse is a sign that Satan wants to cover up God's Truth, according to a Christian activist who would fail an elementary school science class.