Ken Ham just posted a lengthy rant attempting to explain why Ark Encounter doesn't want to pay the 50-cent-per-ticket safety fee imposed by the city of Williamstown.But instead of making anyone feel bad for him, Ham just confirmed every stereotype you have about his selfishness.
Comedian (and atheist) Ricky Gervais loves responding to religious people on Twitter, and he shared some of his favorite moments with Seth Meyers.
According to the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Louisiana judge is making first-time drug offenders go through an eight-week Christian program called "Life Choices" at a local church.If they don't do it, their probations might be revoked.
A Cambodian woman insists a calf she found outside her house is a reincarnated version of her late husband.
Richard Dawkins has something to say to the Berkeley radio station that canceled his upcoming event because they claim he has "offended and hurt" people with his "abusive speech" against Islam.
An editor of a Mormon website that published a disturbing story of a young man abandoned by his family after expressing his religious doubts now says the piece was never meant to be published. She was as horrified by it as we were.I believe her apology, and I think the editors should be commended for how they're handling this situation.
A controversial deal that would have given Ark Encounter more than $18 million over the next decade from the state of Kentucky is OVER, all because Creationists didn't want to pay a local safety fee.
A recent poll found that 45% of Donald Trump voters would still support him if he “shot someone on 5th Avenue,” and that almost 80% think he should stay in office even if it is proven that he colluded with Russia to upset the 2016 election.This looks a lot like religious devotion.
The Creationists behind Ark Encounter recently sold the FOR-profit attraction to a NON-profit ministry they also manage to get out of paying a local tax.The Freedom From Religion Foundation is now calling on Kentucky officials to rescind a tax rebate (worth over $18 million) since it was offered only to the FOR-profit attraction.
The hotbed for progressive activism can't seem to handle criticism of Islam and controversial tweets.
Samford University, a private Christian school, was faced with a difficult decision this spring. The Alabama Baptist Convention threatened to stop donating more than $3 million a year if the school allowed the formation of an LGBTQ group.While the school made what I'd call the right decision, it's not entirely a feel-good story.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson tried to eviscerate someone he assumed was a troll.Instead, The Satanic Temple's Lucien Greaves made the case for why Satanists are on the side of common sense, reason, and inclusion.
Rand skips over what could've been a genuine and realistic obstacle for her hero to face.
Becoming Truly Human brings together eight people who used to be religious and have since left their faiths.They are the "Nones" we hear so much about, and this film captures their stories.
The crab was thrown back into the water.Which I can only assume is now wine.
There's no compassion from either of these attorneys because they're blinded by their anti-abortion views to even consider the human on the other side of the issue.
Two parents from Pennsylvania have been sentenced to prison for up to seven years for "gifting" their six underage daughters to a man who claimed to be “prophet of God.”
Here's some free advice for Mormon parents: If your son says he doesn't want to go on his two year mission trip, don't abandon him in a national park and drive away.
Aren't atheist parents just indoctrinating kids into their NON-religion?That's one of the questions these parents answer in this excellent video.
Jamie Devenport-Tull is a kindergarten teacher from Modesto, California who has been missing since Monday. What makes this story even more complicated is that her pastor told her not to take her bipolar medication because the pills would lead her to Satan.