Digital Transparency Has Led to the Downfall of Organized Religion

In an interview with Andrew Aghapour of Religion Dispatches, Daniel Dennett explains why the transparency of the Internet Age hurts religion specifically:

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Feds Want Large Signs Gone from Oklahoma Highways. Somehow, That’s an Attack on Religious Freedom

There’s a rule when it comes to signs on the sides of the road in Oklahoma: They can’t exceed a certain square footage or else the state gets in trouble.

But state officials have tried to sidestep that law for a while now. Over the past decade, they’ve asked the federal government for exemptions on the size rule when it comes to non-profit groups, including churches. (So really, this has always been about churches.)

They even passed a law a few years ago allowing non-profits (so… churches) to post bigger signs on the side of the road.

Now the government is clamping down on this overreach:

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Ben Carson: I Aced My College Chemistry Final Because God Gave Me All the Answers in a Dream

Earlier today, at the official National Day of Prayer breakfast in Washington, D.C., GOP Presidential candidate Ben Carson — a neurosurgeon by trade — explained how he passed his chemistry final during his first semester at Yale University:

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In Real-Life Version of God’s Not Dead, Atheist Professor Accused of Failing Student for Being Christian

We hear a lot of stories of Christian teachers foisting their beliefs on public school students, and virtually none where the roles are flipped. Since when does an atheist professor ever punish a Christian student for believing in God?

Never! The only place you ever see that is in God’s Not Dead and we all laughed at that movie because of how far-fetched the plot was.

But that’s supposedly what’s happening at Polk State College in Lakeland, Florida.

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Judge Dismisses Nebraska Woman’s Lawsuit Against All Homosexuals

Sylvia Ann Driskell, the 66-year-old Nebraska woman who wrote a handwritten seven-page lawsuit against all homosexuals, will not get her day in court.

A judge has dismissed her motion.

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