Because it’s Halloween, a few campus atheist groups have been setting up a Graveyard of the Gods, reminding students that there are other deities besides their own who were once worshiped, believed in… and forgotten. And whatever Higher Power you believe in will eventually join those ranks. At Texas A&M University — Corpus Christi, the [Read More…]
This Arizona News Station Found Only One Pastor Willing to Appear on TV to Speak Out Against Marriage Equality…
A local ABC reporter in Arizona was asking locals what they thought about gay marriage recently… and she found a couple people who just shrugged it off like it was no big deal, which is the right reaction.
Most pastors, who oppose marriage equality, refused to go on camera. (Were they ashamed? Because they should be.)
But the reporter found one pastor willing to talk to her.
Take a guess… Then watch:
Former Marine Banned from Daughter’s High School After Making Threats Regarding History Unit About Islam
Remember last week when a parent flipped out because his son was learning about Islam in history class?
It’s happening again.
This time, Kevin Wood, a former Marine, was furious because his daughter was being educated about Islam at La Plata High School in Maryland. And how dare she learn about what more than a billion people believe?!
The other day, I posted a video that tore apart a group called the “Freedom From Atheism Foundation.” I’ve had issues with some of the things they’d done in the past, so when I saw the video, it just seemed to fall in line with the thoughts I already had about the group. Because of that, I didn’t bother to check out the claims for myself… which is especially careless since I often tell other atheists to do the same thing.
Tim Saffeels volunteered at Straub Middle School in Salem, Oregon, meaning he supervised during lunch periods, reminded students to clean up after themselves, and served as a role model during his time there.
Last week, he sat near a group of students, including one who attended Salem Heights Church, where he serves as youth pastor. The subject naturally drifted to religion. He should’ve stopped the conversation there, but (of course) he kept it going.
Shit really hit the fan when a student told him she didn’t believe in God: