Given the vandalism of atheist displays we’ve seen over the past few years, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is trying to make the most of a bad situation: They’re asking you to make a donation to the organization… but you won’t get charged anything unless one of their displays gets vandalized.
In other words, if Christians want to tear down an atheist banner, they’ll essentially be paying for even more of those banners to go up.
A couple of weeks after Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) introduced a resolution in the House recognizing Charles Darwin‘s birthday, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) has just done the same in the Senate.
Senate Resolution 337 expresses “support for the designation of February 12, 2016, as ‘Darwin Day’ and recogniz[es] the importance of science in the betterment of humanity.”
How do you find meaning in life when you don’t believe in God?
In the movie All Too Human, filmmaker Travis D. Brown explores that question through the character Mark, a suicidal man who can’t seem to finish the act because “life gets in the way” every time. Along the way, however, the people he talks to convince him that there’s plenty worth living for.
Check out the trailer below. (Warning: There are NSFW or disturbing images):
On the surface, Operation Christmas Child sounds like a decent Christian charity. You get to build a “shoebox” full of items (toys, school supplies, accessories, etc), add a photo and letter, and send it to a needy child in a poor country for $25.
You can even pack your own shoebox full of gifts and the charity will handle everything from there. (If you happen to put some mini-Bibles or Christian tracts in there, the charity won’t remove them.)
But reporter Tim Funk visited a warehouse where these shoeboxes are prepped for delivery and discovered something else about what’s not allowed in the boxes: