Atheist Lobbying Group Files Motion to Dismiss Ex-Director’s Claims of Defamation and Wrongful Termination

Back in May, Edwina Rogers (below) sued the Secular Coalition for America, her former employer, alleging that SCA leaders wrongfully terminated her and then made defamatory statements about her to the press. They were motivated, the document said, by “petty jealousies and naked ambition.”



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Bogus Claims from Anti-Abortion Group Won’t Help Efforts to Defund Planned Parenthood

For the past several weeks, videos have circulated painting Planned Parenthood in the most unfavorable light. At first glance, and without knowledge of the processes referenced, these videos make it look like the organization is gleefully profiting from the sale of butchered babies. This misguided conclusion has prompted massive outrage, much to the delight of the Religious Right. As a result, Congress is once more looking to defund Planned Parenthood altogether.



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After Preacher’s Pro-LGBT Sermon Goes Viral, Church Does Damage Control So No One Thinks They Support Gay Rights

Last week, I posted a speech by Pastor Dewey Smith about the hypocrisy of those in the Christian church who condemn homosexuality while ignoring their own “sins.” I thought it was a pretty refreshing speech, even if Smith made clear that homosexuality was still a sin.



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28 Questions for Christians Who Still Oppose Gay Marriage

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses questions for Christians who still oppose gay marriage.



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To Stop Women from Getting Birth Control, Wheaton College Won’t Offer Students Any Health Insurance At All

Wheaton College, an evangelical Christian school in Illinois, already had a pretty nice exemption when it came to the ObamaCare mandate to offer emergency contraception to employees and students. Since they didn’t want to provide it, because Jesus hates birth control, all they had to do was fill out a form for their insurance provider saying as much, and the insurance provider would have to cover it instead. Problem solved, right?



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