Rep. Louie Gohmert, Who Thinks Climate Change is a Hoax, Explains Why Atheists are Intellectual Inferior
I know Vacation Bible School organizers aren’t looking to me for advice, but I’ll give it to them anyway:
Don’t make Nazi references in your promotional videos.
I don’t care if you’re against the Nazis. Just don’t bring it up. No swastikas. No Hitler. No imagery of military attacks. Just don’t do it. (And don’t bother with references to a TV show that’s more than 40 years old, either.)
It’s for the church’s Vacation Bible School, which I guess takes place somewhere in mid-twentieth century war-ravaged Europe:
That surprised a lot of people — Islam? Buddhist? Baha’i? Who knew those were so popular?
There’s just one problem. That map completely ignores people without religion.
Mother and Daughter Claim Christian Sex Ed Classes in Edmonton Public School District Infringe Upon Their Rights
Usually, when we discuss sex education classes in public schools, controversy arises because it’s either not taught at all or it’s taught very poorly. Think abstinence-only sex education — which is hardly educational at all.
It’s not very different in Canada. Emily Dawson, a recent graduate from Edmonton, Alberta, took mandatory sex education classes at her high school and was shocked by what she heard: