Once again, "religious freedom" remains synonymous with Christian bigotry.
There are real church/state separation battles we must fight.These examples don't make the cut.
Last September, The Washington Post ranked those they considered to be the "top 15 possible Democratic nominees" for 2020 (see The top 15 possible 2020 Democratic nominees, ranked). They updated their rankings in December with what I assume was the intent of showing who's gaining ground and who's losing it. Show More Summary
As robots begin taking over white-collar jobs, we need to think about what the future economy will look like while there's time to shape it.
Magic is so much cooler when a trick is complicated and you have a professional explaining to you how it's done.
It's easy to mock Christians who believe any of this could work... so let's do it.
Are wealthier Christians more interested in planting churches or maintaining the gardens they've created?
"This is a great idea!" said no doctor ever.
Evangelicals never want to claim responsibility for the members of their tribe whose actions make them look bad.
The Christian school rents out a government building for $1.00 a year (not a typo) and taxpayers take care of the utility bills.
How does it benefit the Church to have these (literal and figurative) fathers abandoning their children?
Pastor Andy Savage referred to his assault on the then-underage girl as a "sexual incident" and said he was praying to God for forgiveness.I guess that's supposed to make everything better.
Mary Magdalene, in a dramatic 19th-century popular image of penitence painted by Ary Scheffer. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Intercessory prayer, not to be confused with imprecatory prayer, refers to Christians praying on behalf of others. Show More Summary
When someone claims that prayer works, the first thing we should ask is what the speaker means by "works" in this context. If I say that prayer works because engaging in prayer makes me feel better, I may be right to claim that it works.Of course, this is not usually what the religious claim. Show More Summary
We also spoke about Mississippi's proposed official state book (can you guess?), the Ten Commandments monument inside a Texas mall, and how churches are now eligible for taxpayer funds to rebuild after a disaster.
The pastor said he didn't have time to explain his comment.
Rep. Scott DesJarlais says God has forgiven him, but God can’t vote.Those who can should replace this man with someone who isn’t a massive hypocrite.
$36.99 for a 2.5 gallon jug of raw water is a stupid amount of money for any kind of liquid that isn't going to at least get you drunk.
Pastor Judy Peterson knew there could be consequences for officiating the wedding, but she hoped her church would be lenient given the circumstances.And then they suspended her.
Rick Joyner says Donald Trump "may be the most brilliant person I’ve ever met."Knowing Joyner, that's probably true.