Reader Gene points out that there’s a remarkable similarity between the posters for Kirk Cameron‘s Saving Christmas and Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s Last Action Hero (click image to enlarge):
That’s weird, right?
Ken Ham would like you all to know that, even though he ignores all the evidence for evolution, he has no doubt that climate change is real.
I see you’re confused right now. Ken Ham making sense?! It can’t be!
No worries. We’ll fix that right away.
Our latest podcast guest is Phil Zuckerman, a professor of sociology and secular studies — yes, secular studies — at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, where he lives with his wife and three children. He is the author of several books about atheism, including Society Without God and Faith No More: Why People Reject Religion.
In a couple of weeks, he’ll be releasing a book called Living the Secular Life.
Last month, Michael Tate Reed Jr., a Christian who had been “diagnosed with Bipolar and… was off his medication,” drove a car into the Ten Commandments monument on the Oklahoma Capitol lawn. The monument had been a source of controversy for years, with the ACLU filing a lawsuit saying it constituted government endorsement of religion. [Read More...]