Why Does This Public Charter School Have Students Give Thanks to a ‘Creator’?

If you’re a charter school — and thus eligible for taxpayer money — in North Carolina, there are some rules you have to follow. Like this one:

May a public charter school be religious in nature?

No. As with other public schools in North Carolina, public charter schools must be non-religious in their programs, admissions policies, governance, employment practices and all other operations. Like other public schools, however, public charter schools may enter into partnerships with any community group for secular purposes. Public charter schools must sign off yearly that they are not religious-based entities.

Which means Hope Elementary Charter School in North Carolina has some explaining to do about this…: [Read more...]

Focus on the Family Video Implies That a Vote for a Democrat Is a Vote Against God

Focus on the Family’s political action group, CitizenLink, would like to warn you that if you vote for President Obama, you must hate God and America: [Read more...]

The Christmas Story: The Brick Bible for Kids Now Available!

In case you plan to do some early holiday shopping, Brendan Powell Smith‘s The Christmas Story — The Brick Bible for Kids is now available for purchase! [Read more...]

Trust Your Pilot, Not Your Pastor

According to reader Mary, here’s a short version of Pastor Mark Driscoll‘s article called “Do You Trust Your Pilot“:

Sit down and shut up. Don’t question me. I do not have to explain myself to you. You can never hope to understand the secrets I possess, you tiny, insignificant person.

She’s not exaggerating. [Read more...]

In Florida, a Robocall from a Christian Right Organization

This email came in from reader Annie. I’m kind of curious about it myself, so I’m posting her email in full: [Read more...]


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