Georgia Officials Must’ve Thought No One Would Put Up a Display Next to a Courthouse Nativity Scene. They Were Wrong

Back in February, the Freedom From Religion Foundation wrote to officials in Statesboro, Georgia to remind them that the Nativity scene that was in front of the Bulloch County Courthouse last winter was illegal. Either it had to go or non-Christian groups had to have the option of putting up a display next to it.

It took until a couple of weeks ago for them to respond, but they went with the latter option, probably thinking no one else would bother to request a display.

Silly Georgians.

This is what the front of the Courthouse looks like now:



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The Pastor Trying Out Atheism for a Year is Coming to the End of His Journey

It was almost a year ago when Ryan Bell decided to “try out” atheism. I didn’t agree with his methodology at the time, but when he got fired by his Christian employers for merely questioning his faith, you all came through and helped raise more than $27,000 for his family.

Yesterday, the LA Times ran a front page story about Bell as he comes to the end of his year-long journey:



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Finally, We Have an Astronomically-Correct Version of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”

For that budding little scientist you’re trying to put to bed:



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Ken Ham is Angry That the Creation Museum Was Used as a Punchline on Saturday Night Live

Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update segment featured the songwriting duo of Garth & Kat, who never seem to prepare their songs ahead of time. (You love ’em or you don’t.)



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An Atheist’s Guide to the Caricatures in the Forthcoming Christian Film Do You Believe?

Bo Gardiner created this helpfully condensed version of God’s Not Dead, and now she’s done the same thing with the recently-released promotional trailer for the movie Do You Believe?:



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