Skepticamp is a mini-gathering where locals give short talks on the subject of their choosing (somehow related to skepticism). It’s a great way to meet other like-minded people, hear a lot of short-and-interesting talks, and break that public-speaking fear you’ve always had
You’ll all be thrilled to learn that The Christian Post‘s Rev. Austin Miles has finally come clean about making a change to an article he wrote, denying making that change, blaming atheists for drawing attention to it, and then accusing those atheists of hacking into his writing account.
If I told you a pastor from Kansas said something about prayer in public schools, you’d probably cringe.
So it was a pleasant surprise to read what Adam Hamilton, senior pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, had to say about the call for putting God back in school in the aftermath of Sandy Hook. [Read more…]