Option for U.S. Troops: Go to Christian Concert or Be Punished

If you want any proof that non-Christians are discriminated against in the military, Chris Rodda has an incredible story to share. First, some background: For the past several years, two U.S. Army posts in Virginia, Fort Eustis and Fort Lee, have been putting on a series of what are called Commanding General’s Spiritual Fitness Concerts… [Read More...]

Catholic Adoption Group Loses Fight Against Gay Couples

A Roman Catholic adoption agency in the U.K. refused to send children to the homes of gay couples. But anti-discrimination laws have prevailed. I had a *huge* smile on my face as I read this article: Catholic Care wants exemption from new anti-discrimination laws so it can comply with Church teaching ruling out homosexual couples [Read More...]

Appeals Court Rules that Crosses Are Christian Symbols

Years ago, there was a big problem with Utah Highway Patrol officers placing crosses to honor their colleagues who were killed on the job. Memorials are all well and good, but the endorsement of Christianity is not. Crosses are one thing if placed there by a family but another thing when placed there by government [Read More...]

Conservapedia Explains What Atheists Do…

I know Conservapedia is a joke to begin with, but someone has to be taking it seriously, right? (Tea Partiers?) In any case, this article — their featured article of the day — is just uncalled for: An atheist trying to stop Christianity. Because that’s supposedly what we do. Even though there are no examples [Read More...]

Worship Huts

Yet another interesting take on the (close to) Ground Zero Mosque, this one courtesy of Overcompensating: That’s only the first panel; the rest are here. And don’t forget to read the fine print amendment (Thanks to Emily for the link!) [Read more...]