Atheist Group Asks You To Worship JesusMuhammadShivaClaus

Every year at the University of Minnesota, student groups are invited to “Paint the Bridge,” a tradition in which the groups paint panels on the side of a bridge with their logo, meeting info, etc. This year, the Campus Atheists, Skeptics, and Humanists (CASH) went with something potentially controversial: They argue there’s nothing wrong with [Read More...]

On Monday, a Congressional Briefing on Secular America

The Secular Coalition for America is having its first-ever Congressional Briefing this Monday, October 1st at 10:30a. That’s a big freakin’ deal: Lost in much of the discussion about religion in the public sphere is the ever growing population of Americans who feel that religion should be a private matter and that entanglement between church [Read More...]

The Wrong Way To Speak Out Against Blasphemy Laws

In addition to the other organizations speaking out against potential blasphemy laws in the wake of the radical Muslims rioting against a pathetic YouTube video, a couple more have issued statements of their own. First, Atheist Alliance International: “AAI is deeply concerned that the UN member states will overreact to recent protests and violence in [Read More...]

Joel Osteen: I Didn’t Choose to be Straight, but Being Gay is Still Wrong

Here’s Joel Osteen‘s predicament: His success hinges on his ability to inspire and uplift people. But, as a successful pastor, he knows he’s going to have to take stances on “controversial” issues like gay marriage. So what does he do? He stays ignorant. It’s just easier for him. When he gets asked about whether homosexuality [Read More...]

Tennessee Congressman Introduces Legislation to ‘Reaffirm the Importance of Religion’

Congressman Stephen Fincher (R-TN) has introduced legislation in the House promoting the “importance of religion.” Here’s the purpose of House Resolution 789: Reaffirming the importance of religion in the lives of United States citizens and their freedom to exercise those beliefs peacefully. As if that was really a problem in our country… After a series [Read More...]


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