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Religion in Public Schools: What Does the First Amendment Allow?

Lemon Sherbert—oddly relevant to questions about the First Amendment

What do you do when faced with a law that seems to be ignorant of the First Amendment? Here is a brief primer on how religious freedom applies in public schools. [Read more...]

A Biblical Foundation for American Freedoms?

What should happen if you violated the tenth commandment

Some Christian history revisionists eagerly claim biblical precedents for the pioneering rights that the U.S. Constitution. But compare it with the Ten Commandments and the differences become clear. [Read more...]

What Would a Religious Constitution Look Like?

The US Constitution is not in the least religious

The U.S. Constitution is secular, which provides protection to both atheists and believers, but this trait is under attack by Christian revisionists. They pretend that it’s actually religious. Let’s consider what a religious constitution would actually look like. [Read more...]

The U.S. Constitution is 100 Percent Secular—or Is It?

Is the Constitution secular? Yep.

Christians are eager to imagine the founding fathers building the nation’s foundation on a Christian footing. Is the Law of the Land secular? Or do these Christians have a point? [Read more...]

War on Christmas?

“How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” by Dr. Seuss (1957)

Is the zombie atheist army conducting a War on Christmas? Are atheists unlawfully curtailing the rightful place of Christian displays in public places? Or are we seeing the opposite—Christian displays imposed on the state-supported public square in violation of the Constitution? [Read more...]

What? MORE on that 9/11 Cross?

A commemorative two-inch-high statuette of the 9/11 “Miracle Cross” is available in handsome pewter for the low, low price of only $12.95

The piece of rubble known as the World Trade Center Cross is a popular flash point in atheist/Christian relations. Are atheists being whiners for complaining about a Christian relic in a government-funded museum? Or would it make more sense to display this in a church? [Read more...]

I’ll Do What I Wanna! Pulpit Freedom Sunday

fussy-girl

In which I attend a local church and get a good dose of Pulpit Freedom Sunday. Pastors pretend that the issue is free speech, but it’s simply a matter of keeping your word. [Read more...]

Where is the Islamic Renaissance?

Commodore Perry’s 1854 fleet of “black ships”

Contrast the recent violence in the Middle East over perceived insults to Islam with a couple of historical examples (Japan a century ago and the Islamic Golden Age). Has the Islamic world missed an opportunity? [Read more...]

Do We REALLY Trust in God?

Do Christians really trust in God, like it says on the money?

Is it really true that “In God we trust”? With what do we trust him? It might indeed make Christians feel warm and fuzzy to see that motto on U.S. money, but do they actually believe it? [Read more...]

Word of the Day: Public Square

This term has two meanings, and politicians (deliberately?) conflate them to imagine a problem where none exists. [Read more...]


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