John Salmon / St Mary, Ellingham, Norfolk Most of the churches I drive by every day (and there are a lot of them here in Mississippi) have electronic reader boards. A few use them to list the chapter and verse of various bible verses, presumably so some curious passerby might look them up to see what they say. Show More Summary
Jehovah's Witnesses believe in ideas that are harmful and illogical. But if you consider leaving, they'll make it as difficult as possible.
After nearly two weeks of silence, cosmologist and atheist Lawrence Krauss has finally responded to the BuzzFeed article detailing allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
No one has ever banned prayer in school. The fact that Claiborne Holtzman doesn't understand something this simple is why he's unqualified for elected office.
What's the difference between this woman and the so-called prophets in any holy book?
This is a public health disaster waiting to happen, which is exactly what we've come to expect whenever Republicans are in power.
I'm thrilled that there were non-religious options on the ballot even if the Democrats who won have uphill battles this November.
Lawrence Krauss continues to deny allegations of sexual misconduct, but several groups are distancing themselves from the famed cosmologist and atheist.
Nico LaHood was best known outside Texas for spreading a harmful, unsubstantiated conspiracy theory about vaccines. Tonight, the voters kicked him out of office.
The Creation Museum makes complete sense in light of this revelation.
Don't blink or you'll miss the humans.
There was never a secular purpose for a fresco of Jesus saying "Blessed are the poor."
She thankfully survived the voice in her head.
I have a hard time finding sympathy for the Catholic priests who routinely speak out against same-sex relationships while privately engaging in those very acts.
Many people are threatening plaintiffs in a church/state separation lawsuit against a Louisiana school district because that's What Jesus Would Do.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but maybe drive home in a new Ford Escape.
Christians found a way to turn a classic movie into a religious parable. It's as bad as you'd imagine.
Here's another pastor talking out of his ass, condemning people he knows nothing about.
This isn’t the only time Richard Dawkins has mused publicly about cannibalism. But people always seem to get upset over it for no good reason.
The resolution condemns any and all efforts to validate transgender identities. Because that, Republicans say, is what the Christian God wants.