Do Churches in New Zealand Really Deserve Tax Breaks? A Filmmaker Would Like to Tackle That Question
This Week, a Catholic School Will Host a Conversation About the Harm Religion Can Inflict Upon Children
On Tuesday night, a Catholic university in Texas is hosting a potentially controversial and tremendously important event: a symposium about the physical and mental harm religion can inflict upon children.
There’s a great science museum in San Mateo, California called CuriOdyssey (get it?) that also puts on programs for local students on field trips. Very cool place.
But one of their programs featuring live animals made the rounds online because of a disclaimer that appeared on a promotional poster:
This program may discuss the topic of evolution.
What the hell…?!
It’s like a warning sign… But for whom? Did someone attend the program, hear the “E” word come up, and go, “Oh shit! I didn’t know this was that kind of museum!”?
After Depriving College of Funds for Reading Program with LGBT Themes, State Senators Vote Against Its Trustees, Too
South Carolina State Senator Mike Fair, whose district includes Bob Jones University, has already been in the news this year for trying to block the state from adopting new education standards regarding evolution because he wanted to “teach the controversy” and trying to block the adoption of the Wooly Mammoth as the state fossil. .
Now, the man who can’t seem to get more conservative has hit a new low, voting to defund the required reading program at the University of South Carolina Upstate because he thinks it’s promoting the “gay agenda”: