The Brick Bible Sequel Is Now on Bookshelves

No word yet on whether anyone’s planning to ban it, but I’m sure once Christian groups catch wind of how accurately/literally the book shows biblical events, they’ll be putting up a fight to censor it: [Read more...]

Heaven is Real, Says Magazine That Doesn’t Employ Fact-Checkers

Don’t trust everything Newsweek tells you: A takedown of this week’s cover story [Read more...]

Christian Store Won’t Sell Author’s Book Because It Includes the Word ‘Vagina’

My friend and Christian blogger Rachel Held Evans has a book coming out at the end of the month called A Year of Biblical Womanhood about the time she spent trying to be the type of woman the Bible commands her to be. Of all the passages in the book, this one is causing the [Read More...]

This Is Why We Celebrate Banned Books Week

This is librarian James Klise‘s take on why he loves celebrating Banned Books Week: I support any person’s right to read anything he or she chooses. In my own library each year, we celebrate Banned Books Week with a showy shelf display and signs encouraging students to check out a “banned book.” In doing so, [Read More...]

A Review of David Niose’s Nonbeliever Nation

This is a guest post by August Brunsman. He is the Executive Director of the Secular Student Alliance. *** Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans by David Niose sets about to accomplish four main goals: 1) define the existence of a demographic category of “Secular Americans,” 2) establish that the rise of the Religious [Read More...]


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