Jesus & Mo had a heart to heart discussion about Christian oppression:
America’s Best Christian, Mrs. Betty Bowers, just released a highlight reel that’s too good to ignore: [Read more…]
I get that conservative Christians have a problem with homosexuality. But this piece posted by Charisma magazine, written by Bert M. Farias, is so full of hatred and vile that I think we can finally put that whole “love the sinner” canard to rest:
Usually, when you see images of Hindu deities, they’re calm, serene, and (*ahem*) well-fed. But graphic novels in India are starting to give them a more muscular look that might make them more appealing to a younger generation.
Plus, when mythology says the gods defeated thousands of warriors by themselves, you don’t really think “meditation.”
What’s surprising is that people aren’t crying blasphemy or taking offense:
IF you were to walk into the Warren, Michigan city hall, you’d see a Prayer Station, a kiosk of sorts with pamphlets about God, manned by Christians eager to proselytize. It’s been there since 2009.
So when resident Douglas Marshall filled out an application to set up a personal “Reason Station” to promote freethought and logic, you’d think he’d get a green light, too… Hell, his application was almost word-for-word identical to that of Pastor Darius Walden, who set up the Prayer Station.
The problem is that Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is a Christian who has made a habit of opposing atheist groups that want the same treatment as religious groups.