Georgia School District Accused of Promoting Christianity at Graduations and Outside Main Office

If you were to visit the administrative building for the Rabun County School District (in Georgia), you’ll come across this “Jesus” sign hanging on the District’s property:

That’s… unusual. But that’s not the only problem.

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The Satanic Temple Applies to Put Baphomet Near Ten Commandments on Arkansas Capitol Grounds

Earlier this year, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a bill allowing a Ten Commandments monument to go up on the Capitol grounds. (As we saw in Oklahoma, however, that may not pass legal muster.)

The one silver lining to all this is that the floodgates have now opened for all non-Christian groups to submit their own monument proposals.

And that’s what The Satanic Temple has now officially done for their Baphomet statue:

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BuzzFeed’s “I’m Christian, but I’m Not” Isn’t As Radical As You Think It Is

Yesterday, BuzzFeed posted a video called “I’m Christian, but I’m Not” which has already racked up nearly 8 million views on Facebook alone.

It’s full of individuals saying things like “I’m Christian, but I’m not homophobic” and “I’m Christian, but I’m not closed-minded.”

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How Point Mutations Work

How does new genetic information evolve?

The team at Stated Clearly just posted the first of two videos answering that question. This one focuses on point mutations:

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Substitute Teacher Who Wanted to Wear Priestly Garments in Classroom Resigns After Rejection

More than a week ago, I posted about Rev. George Nedeff, a substitute teacher in West Virginia’s Wood County Schools, who wanted to wear priestly garb when working in the classroom.

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