Sen. Chuck Grassley Spreads George Washington Quotation About “God and the Bible”… Even Though He Never Said It
Christian Groups Offer Dueling (and Sometimes Conflicting) “Naughty & Nice” Lists for the Holiday Season
Last week, the American Family Association released its annual “Naughty or Nice” list. It sorted out which national chains celebrate Christmas and which ones don’t deserve your business because they ruin everything by acknowledging the existence of other human beings.
Today, Liberty Counsel released its own version of that list, the “twelfth annual Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign.”
What’s interesting is that the two groups clearly didn’t coordinate because companies that are considered Nice to one group are considered Naughty to the other (and vice versa).
For example, the AFA says this about Best Buy:
Warren Cole Smith write an article for the site Faith Street about the 10 things he wished everyone knew about evangelical Christians.
While most of it is pretty basic information, two items really stood out:
6. Evangelicals love LGBTQIA people.
We are not homophobes. We are homophiles. Our churches welcome LGBTQIA people with the same message we present to all others: “Come as you are… but leave transformed.”
The former porn star known as Asia Carrera is the latest person to don a colander for her driver’s license picture.
The Pastafarian (whose license has her birth name Jessica Steinhauser but who goes by Asia Carrera-Lemmon online) said she did it in order to make a statement about religious freedom in a conservative state:
This is a guest post.
Many of you know me as Dave Muscato, the Public Relations Director for American Atheists.
I’m fortunate to work in a movement where we embrace the idea of coming out, regardless of your label. I’m very public about my atheism — I consider myself a firebrand atheist — but there’s another aspect of my life that I have chosen not to be open about yet. Beginning in September of last year, I began to open up to a few trusted friends, and since then I’ve let in a number of colleagues and activists, including my co-workers and Hemant. Now that the proper preparations have been made, I’m ready to take the advice I often give others when it comes to atheism and stop keeping this aspect of my life to a small group of people.
I’m coming out publicly today as a transgender woman.