The IRS Must Revoke Non-Profit Status from This Church After Its Pastor Promoted Politicians from the Pulpit

Last week, I posted about how Legacy Church (in Albuquerque, New Mexico) gave parishioners sample ballots with highlighted names to take with them into voting booths this week — a clear violation of the law, since non-profits are not allowed to endorse political candidates:

It actually went beyond that, as you can see in the picture. The church handed out promotional cards for a few select candidates… just in case there was any doubt that they fully backed these politicians.

Now, the Freedom From Religion Foundation has taken action against the church, directly informing the IRS of their violations and urging the government to follow through on its promise to uphold the law and revoke the church’s non=profit status:

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This is Why We Don’t Have to Take Science on Faith

This is just neat. Anyone who’s taken a physics class knows that a bowling ball and a feather are supposed to fall at the same speed due to the effects of gravity, but air resistance prevents that from happening in real life.

In a neat video from BBC Two, Physicist Brian Cox went to NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio and they conducted the same experiment in a vacuum chamber (where air resistance is no longer a factor).

You know how the experiment will end, but it’s still really cool to see it in action:



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Now I Know How to Understand Bible Prophecy

Finally, we have a guide to becoming co-prophets of the upcoming Apocalypse, courtesy of William Tapley:



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Law Society of British Columbia Votes to Reverse Accreditation of Anti-Gay Christian School, This Time For Good

Trinity Western University’s proposed law school in British Columbia has been under fire because the school requires all students to agree that only married men and women are allowed to have sex.

And now, they’ve hit their biggest obstacle yet: The Law Society of British Columbia won’t be granting the school accreditation:

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What’s Weirder? Religious Leaders Who Don’t Believe in God or Atheists Who Do?

When you start disagreeing with Church doctrine, you should probably question why you have a leadership role within it.

When you don’t even think God is real, it’s probably well past time for you to step down.

According to a YouGov poll surveying 1,500 Anglican clergy members, 2% of them agreed with the statement “I am not sure ‘God’ is more than a human construct”:



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