On the most recent edition of The 700 Club, after a decent segment on the religious demographics/trends in America, hosts Gordon Robertson (Pat’s son) and Kristi Watts discussed how all those Millennial “Nones” will start believing in God after they have children (comments begin at the 17:57 mark) [Read more...]
Normally, I would say your sex life is your personal business and, provided it’s all legal and consensual, who are we to judge?
That rule goes out the window, though, when the spends in question tells everyone else what they can’t do in the bedroom, then turns around and does it himself. (Case in point: Ted Haggard)
That’s what appears to have happened in Springfield, Illinois, where a Catholic priest… [Read more...]
Last week, I talked about how better graphic design was unnecessary for atheist billboards. In short, I argued, the whole point of the billboards was to gain publicity for the local groups (so they could get on TV or in a newspaper article and talk about what their groups do and what they stand for), and the messages on the billboards were enough to get that publicity. No one ever cares about what the billboards look like… except, it seems, for atheists online, who think a billboard that looks ugly to them means X, Y, or Z.
Judging by the comments on that post, I’m not wrong. Sure, it’d be great to have nicer-looking billboards in some cases, but when it comes to getting the attention of the media, it’s just not needed. Atheist groups have been doing a great job of getting attention on their own.
The response I hear so often is that we should pay for hidden camera to catch potential vandals in the act. With all the money we pay for the billboards, why not pay for some security, right? [Read more...]