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I'm sick of the obvious hypocrisy, the never-ending stream of lies, the cult of personality, and so much more...
A Mississippi elementary school principal who helped her students cheat on standardized tests, then attributed their high scores to her prayers, will not be able to teach or serve as an administrator for 20 years.
They danced in support of LGBT rights, which Christian Right activist Peter LaBarbera called hateful, intolerant, and morally corrupt.
Who said the U.S. presidents aren't religiously diverse? The Pew Research Center shows us that they run the gamut from Christian to other-kinds-of-Christian.
I can't decide if it's harder or easier to perform an exorcism when the devil never hides below the surface.
According to newly released documents that the CIA just declassified, federal agents once thought mentalist Uri Geller really had supernatural powers.
Rhode Island State Rep. Peter Palumbo, who once called teen atheist activist Jessica Ahlquist an "evil little thing," just got arrested on charges of embezzlement.
Donald Trump's inauguration speech is in the history books, and it was jarring for how dark it seemed. But it's worth pointing out what Trump didn't say.
The Creationists at Answers in Genesis have a brand new not-even-cable-access worthy TV show and they spent part of the first episode ripping on Neil deGrasse Tyson and laughing about climate change.
There was plenty of God talk during the Inauguration festivities, with bibles, religious oaths, and multiple invocations. And it's not going to stop there.
These are some powerful remarks from a former Christian to his fellow evangelicals: You were wrong about Barack Obama and you continue to be wrong about Donald Trump. So why should anyone take you seriously?
Televangelist Jim Bakker and his guest said on his show this week that Trump was a born again Christian, his presidency would be incredible, and women protesting on Saturday just wanted to "kill their babies."
In case you need a reminder of what several of Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees have in store for us, here's a glimpse at what they've said or done regarding religion:
Another Illinois high school has been called out after a coach participated in a post-game prayer, effectively coercing students into joining along. At least the district apologized.
While Meryl Streep's speech at the Golden Globes was widely seen as a denunciation of Donald Trump, it was really a call for more empathy and kindness in the world. It was the sort of thing Jesus spoke of in the Sermon on the Mount. So why would a conservative Christian blogger be so against it?
Highlights, the magazine for kids, will soon include gay couples in its pages as a way to showcase diversity. Anti-gay Pastor Kevin Swanson isn't handling the news well, saying on his radio show that the magazine was no better than ISIS.
A West Virginia school district has been offering a class on the Bible for 75 years... but rather than teach the book as literature, they're preaching it as if the kids were in Sunday School. That's why atheists are suing the District to stop the illegal curriculum.
We all know Christians who are jerks, bigots, and hypocrites. But contrary to what some apologists say, that's not why we're atheists.
Somehow, sharing clips of things conservatives say (without any modification) is equivalent to spreading fake news...
Notoriously out of touch with reality, evangelist Franklin Graham didn't disappoint on Martin Luther King Day by quoting the civil rights leader in a Facebook post all about how hard Christians in America have it.