With Any Luck, There’ll Be a Blog Just Like This One, But With “Nutty Stories” About Atheists

Commenter Jerry Lynch, a reformed conservative Catholic who nonetheless still walks with Jesus, has trouble with Friendly Atheist, he told me yesterday. He’s been coming here for a week and a half and he’s puzzled. Disappointed, even.

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What Do You Do If You’re a Girl and God Wants to Put His Baby in You?

Graphic artist Fran Krause gets people to share their deep dark fears, then turns their stories into poignant four-panel comics. Like this one, about a childlike but achingly logical reaction to the tale of God impregnating the Holy Virgin.

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Tired of Potholes? Jesus Will Fix Them After a Little Sprinkle of Holy Water

Because I’m all about helping others, I’ve belatedly come up with a solution to help a Youngstown, Ohio man whose NSFW video went viral after he recorded himself profanely commenting on the potholes dotting his local roads. It’s simple: Get a little holy water.


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Some Evangelicals Think Donald Trump Is One of Theirs… Because of How He Points During Rallies

We’ve recently seen that well-known evangelicals are getting ready to board the Trump train. Christian leaders like American Values president Gary Bauer, Focus on the Family founder James Dobson, and Family Leader president Bob Vander Plaats will all be present to kiss the Donald’s ring at a closed-door meeting scheduled to be held in New York City next month.

The problem is that Trump, married three times, is known to be barely religious, so the Christianist supporters will have to get really creative to make their round peg fit Trump’s square hole (hold the jokes). That means looking for every indicator, no matter how far-fetched, that could demonstrate what a devout fan of God the blustery billionaire really is.

Well, guess what — they have their proof!


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Chinese Authorities Have Been “Decapitating Churches,” Says the New York Times

The drama is surely a bit much in this opening paragraph from a piece by New York Times reporter Ian Johnson:

Along the valleys and mountains hugging the East China Sea, a Chinese government campaign to remove crosses from church spires has left the countryside looking as if a typhoon had raged down the coast, decapitating buildings at random.


Still, this is what oppression of religion looks like.

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