Christians Were Not Defying the Judge’s Ruling Today

It’s easy to find examples of Christians playing the victim card when they really have nothing to whine about. Case in point: I know Christianity Today has a base they have to appeal to, but take a look at how this headline distorts the truth: Christians Defy Judge’s Ruling and Mark National Day of Prayer [Read More...]

FFRF’s Full Page Ad in the NYT

In case you missed it, today’s New York Times includes a full page ad from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. It explains how the National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional (click image for PDF): Talk about an advertising blitz. This ad plus the bus ads which go up in Madison today will no doubt generate [Read More...]

Ask Richard: Gay Agnostic Conflicted by Friendship with Evangelist Missionary

Note: To better preserve their privacy, I have randomly given the letter writer and her friend different names. Dear Richard, I grew up in a fundamentalist Christian home, and was raised in the “nurture and admonition of the lord.” My parents sent me to a small, private Christian high school. While I was in college, [Read More...]

Wisconsin College Atheist Group Says Word Muhammad Was Wiped Off

Just a couple days after the Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics group at the University of Wisconsin – Madison drew stick figure images of Muhammad on their campus, the word “Muhammad” has been rubbed away on several of their images. The AHA group doesn’t know who did this (and they’re not jumping to conclusions and blaming [Read More...]

A Response to the National Day of Prayer

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is celebrating the National Day of Prayer by launching a brand new bus ad campaign in Madison, Wisconsin: The ad campaign’s theme is “America is not a Christian nation.” Signs on bus interiors and exteriors display seven different messages that highlight America’s secular heritage. Here are the six ads that [Read More...]