Animal Sacrifices Before the 2010 World Cup?

I don’t know whether I’m more offended as a vegetarian or as someone who is anti-superstition. The 2010 World Cup — arguably the biggest sporting event in the world — is set to take place in South Africa. So what are South African leaders doing to prepare the stadiums for competition? South African traditional leaders [Read More...]

Update on the Cheerleaders’ Banned Bible Banners

A few weeks ago, I posted about the cheerleaders at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School in Georgia and their pro-Christian banners: No doubt the banners were inevitably going to lead to a lawsuit. A parent complained and the cheerleaders were told to stop their proselytizing. It was the right decision. The Christians who thought they were [Read More...]

Cheerleaders’ Bible Banners Banned from Football Games

For over five years, the cheerleaders at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School in Georgia have been rooting for their football team by using pro-Christian banners: Apparently, ripping through the word Christ helps you win games? But it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that’s illegal. You can’t endorse religion like that at a public school [Read More...]

Mike Blowers’ “Amazing” Call Debunked

***Update***: Some of you take this waaaay too seriously I’m not going back on what I wrote below — I don’t think Blower’s call is as impressive as it has been made out to be. It just so happens that many things (that I find relatively predictable) came together all at once. That is pretty [Read More...]

How Many Crosses Does a Family Need…?

Jim Jeffcoat used to play for the Dallas Cowboys in the era when they won Super Bowls. His son Jackson will play college football next year. USA Today ran a profile of their family. The article doesn’t mention religion. It just focuses on how the dad is a great role model in the family. But [Read More...]


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