About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.

It Took Born Again Christian Donald Trump 3 Days to Comment on the Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling

It took Donald Trump, who was wooing evangelicals as recently as last week, three days to finally chime in on the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling. Not exactly what you’d expect from a born again Christian…

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Parents Who Killed Child By Treating His Meningitis with Maple Syrup Get Super-Lenient Sentences

In March of 2012, 19-month-old Ezekiel Stephan died of meningitis — a disease involving the inflammation of the membranes surrounding your brain and spinal cord. Very serious problem. The condition can sometimes be treated with antibiotics or antiviral drugs, but even then, it’s a long shot for full recovery.

What’s appalling is what his parents did as he was suffering.

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Christian Blogger: Christy Sheats Rightly Killed Her Daughters Because They Were Seeing Black Guys

Christy Sheats is the Texas mother who shot and killed both of her children (ages 22 and 17) before being gunned down by police. But one Christian blogger thinks she should be praised because she did what she had to do to stop her daughters from sleeping with black guys.

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Author Mary Eberstadt Thinks Christians Are Under Attack, but Her Own Examples Show Otherwise

Author Mary Eberstadt claims in a new essay for Time.com that Christians are under attack in America.

Which is tough for her since there’s absolutely no evidence for her claim.

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Ontario Court’s Ruling Against Christian Law School May Lead to Supreme Court Battle

A proposed Christian law school in Canada that would require students to sign a statement saying “sexual intimacy” is only reserved for straight couples has been blocked from obtaining accreditation in Ontario, a ruling that may be appealed at the Supreme Court of Canada.

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