Atheists Will Soon Deliver Even More Anti-Biblical Books to Georgia State Parks, All Thanks to the Governor

Last May, former American Atheists president Ed Buckner visited a state park in Georgia and found a Bible in his rented cabin. That wouldn’t be unusual in a privately-owned hotel… but a state park?!

It’s not that the Bible was “offensive.” It’s just that, on principle, it shouldn’t have been there. It suggested government endorsement of Christianity.

At the time, park officials removed the Bibles from the cabins, but Governor Nathan Deal quickly put them right back in because he (wrongly) believed they were legal:

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Zach Anner Visits a Sunday Assembly

Internet celebrity Zach Anner has already produced a number of videos in which he learns about various religious beliefs and he recently visited a Sunday Assembly service in Los Angeles:

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God’s Not Dead ‘Will Likely Be Part of a New Branded… Movie Series,’ Says Producer

First of all, Todd VanDerWerff, writing for the AV Club, has the best review of God’s Not Dead you’ll read all day, calling the film a bust even by Christian movie standards:

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World Vision U.S.: We ‘Made a Mistake’ and Won’t Be Hiring Gay Married Employees Anymore

Just yesterday, we posted about how World Vision, an international Christian charity that ranks as one of the largest charities in the world, was reversing its hiring policy. World Vision U.S. president Richard Stearns said that Christians who are in legal same-sex marriages could still be employed with the organization:

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One of the Editors of a New Book ‘Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism’ Responds to Your Criticism

A few weeks ago, I posted an excerpt from a new book called True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism, edited by Tom Gilson and Carson Weitnauer.

Their goal was to refute some of the claims made by popular atheists. While I don’t normally post excerpts from Christian books, I though this one would be interesting because the editors agreed to respond to your comments (and criticism).

And Tom Gilson has done just that. Below is his response to many of the points you all made. I inserted links where I thought they would be helpful, but his response is otherwise unedited:

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