A Giant Cross in Dugger, Indiana Must Come Down (Fixed)

If you visited the town of Dugger, Indiana over the past two years, this is what you would have seen: That’s a 26-foot-tall cross on public property. Until recently, no one ever complained about it. But Americans United for Separation of Church and State sent the city a letter asking them to take it off [Read More...]

Portland Humanist Film Festival Accepting Submissions

I’m pleasantly surprised at how many atheist film festivals are out there. Here’s one more to attend if you’re in the area: The Portland Humanist Film Festival 2012 will take place October 26th-28th and they’re looking for submissions! [Read more...]

A Different Type of Scholarship Fund

Black Skeptics is announcing the creation of the “First in the Family” scholarship fund beginning this school year: $200-$500 scholarships will be awarded in June 2013 to up to ten South Los Angeles high school students of color in the Los Angeles Unified School District who will be the first in their immediate family to [Read More...]

How Liberals and Conservatives Write About Religion

Crispian Jago just gave away all the trade secrets on how religion writers — depending on whether they’re liberal or conservative — edit their articles. They just go to Microsoft Word’s AutoCorrect feature. This is what shows up for conservatives: I think he forgot the Automatic CAPS LOCK box. You can see the liberal version [Read More...]

If This is What Christian Sex Is Like, No Thank You

In case you were looking for the worst review of 50 Shades of Grey ever written, I would read Jared Wilson‘s at The Gospel Coalition. All he does is reference a passage from a Christian book by Douglas Wilson about how “perverted” the whole idea of dominance and submission is: … however we try, the [Read More...]


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