Two Women “Condemn” California School Board Trustees for Honoring Sikh Community

About a month ago, the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees (in California) passed a resolution honoring the large, growing Sikh population in their community:



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Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas Is Now Officially the Worst Movie in IMDb’s History

Congratulations to Kirk Cameron!

His movie Saving Christmas already required a campaign to boost its rating on Rotten Tomatoes… which failed, given that the film has a 0% positive rating.

And now, Cameron has the distinction of having the worst film on IMDb.

(By a longshot.)



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Once Again, a Todd Starnes Tale of Anti-Christian Bias Doesn’t Hold Up After All the Facts Are In

Something you notice when you follow Fox News’ Todd Starnes is that he’s always very quick to write about a particular story. And there’s a simple reason for that: He puts out his side of the story (the Christian Persecution version) before the other side even knows what the hell is going on.

By the time they’ve corrected the misinformation or even offered their perspective, it’s too late. The bullshit has spread everywhere.

Starnes knows this perfectly well. A real journalist would give the other side a fair amount of time to respond before moving forward with a story. But Starnes isn’t a real journalist.

That explains why he was so eager to complain about Disney when he received an email about a girl named Lilly… without waiting to hear their side of the story:



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A New Study Shows Americans May Not Be As Confident in Creationism, but There’s Still Reason to Worry

Over the summer, when Gallup released its biennial Creation vs. Evolution survey, we learned that 42% of Americans believed in Creationism (God created humans in our present form), 31% of Americans believed in God-guided evolution, and 19% of Americans were actually right:

The numbers have been more or less like this for a few decades, as you can see, with only minor fluctuations.

But a new study put out by Dr. Jonathan Hill of Calvin College (a religious school) with the help of the BioLogos Foundation (which seeks to reconcile science and religion) sought to go into more depth about what people actually believe.

Slate‘s William Saletan summarized the findings and writes that, while Creationism is still pervasive in our culture, not everyone is of the Ken Ham variety. In fact, only about 15% of Americans would agree with him and say they’re absolutely or very certain God created us in our present form over the last 10,000 years.

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Catholic League Billboard Compares Different Kinds of Christian Persecution

The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue recently announced his group’s latest billboard, going up in Los Angeles:



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