Dr. Bart Ehrman Speaks About How Jesus Became God

Why post one Bart Ehrman video when I can post two?

The Bible scholar spoke about his personal philosophy, why he’s an Agnostic, and his latest book How Jesus Became God at the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s regional convention in North Carolina this past May:

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Just Like That, U.S. Navy Says Bibles Must Be Returned to Base Hotel Rooms

Earlier this week, following a warning from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM), which runs more than 40 Navy Lodge hotels across the world, agreed to remove all the bibles from their rooms.

That didn’t mean bibles were banned — guests could always bring in their own copies or request one from the front desk. But the default setting of “let’s promote Christianity in Navy hotels” was finally turned off.

Or so we thought.

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Measles is Deadlier Than Ebola, so Why Are People Still Not Vaccinating Their Kids?

Eli Federman, writing at Forbes, points out that Measles has a far deadlier recent history than Ebola currently does, and yet it’s fear of science that’s allowing both diseases to thrive:

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Jack Chick Once Wrote About the Horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. Now, This Semi-Parody Movie Brings His Work to Life

Back in March, we learned that Zombie Orpheus Entertainment was making a movie based off of a 1984 Jack Chick tract. Those are the little booklets featuring stories of perfect Christians and evil non-Christians and characters standing in conflict between the two worlds.

This particular movie was based off of a tract about the horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. As I described it earlier, it wasn’t a Christian movie, per se. It was more like the movie atheists would make if they wanted to turn Chick’s work into a really shitty Christian movie.

And now, you can see the beginning of the film for yourself:

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There’s a Job Opening for the For-Profit Noah’s Ark Theme Park, so Why Do Applicants Have to be Christian?

Answers in Genesis, Ken Ham‘s ministry, is a religious non-profit. That’s why the Creation Museum can require you to sign a “statement of faith” if you want to apply for a job.

Ark Encounter, the Noah’s Ark theme park that’s eligible for millions of dollars in tax rebates, is a for-profit business. They cannot discriminate in hiring.

Sounds simple enough.

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