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These people think obeying God's rules is more important than protecting their families.
This atheist billboard was taken down in Lincoln (Nebraska) last year after some people complained.But those same people seem silent about the current occupants of the same advertising space.
Imagine how brave these subjects must be to leave the world of ultra-Orthodox Judaism for the unknown.
She should've at least used a lightsaber.It would've accomplished the same thing and been more colorful.
Nothing -- not even $16 million -- can make up for the sexual abuse of these girls.
This teacher seems to think a stack of permission slips would give her a green light to break the law.
The Malaysian government thinks a fighting game involving Jesus and Zeus is too offensive for citizens' sensibilities.
Jeff Mateer thinks church/state separation is a hoax.Donald Trump wants to reward him with a lifetime appointment to the federal bench.
There's no secular reason to force schools to put up "In God We Trust" signs.When an atheist attorney said that to Arkansas superintendents, one wrote back with an odd message.
She's taking a stand because she just doesn't have pride in the country right now, and this is her way of making it better.
Maybe he should pray louder next time.
I get the joke, but this is making life more difficult for someone who has nothing to do with the problem.
The pastor who blamed Hurricane Harvey on Texas not passing an anti-transgender bathroom bill has an idea for how we can stop Hurricane Irma.It's just as idiotic.
How are religions created and what do they tell us about the creators?YouTuber TheraminTrees explores those questions in this series.
Some people are standing on top of a mountain and complaining about all the people trying to climb up.
Actor and creationist Kirk Cameron explained that the recent hurricanes are a "spectacular display of God's immense power."
After successfully fighting a lawsuit and creating a self-inflicted wound, Ark Encounter has received a massive check courtesy of Kentucky taxpayers.
This wasn't an intentional slight against Christians, but try telling that to the people who always scream persecution.
A horrible ruling by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals will allow politician-led, Christian-only prayers at one Michigan county's board meetings.It may also set up a Supreme Court showdown.
A letter to the editor in a Kentucky newspaper yesterday included a simple question about Hurricane Harvey: "Where are the atheist relief groups?"I'll tell you where they are.