These Christians are super-cool. They got one brown person. I think it means I’m next.
Remember the movie that came out last year about the horrors of “Dungeons & Dragons”? As I said then, it wasn’t really a Christian movie, per se, but rather the sort of movie atheists would make if they wanted to turn Jack Chick’s work into a really shitty Christian movie.
Now, the same group behind that film, Zombie Orpheus Entertainment, has released the trailer for Attacking the Darkness, another mockumentary about the “dangers” of role-playing games:
After more than a decade serving as the executive director of the American Humanist Association, Roy Speckhardt has witnessed and helped create the demographic shift away from organized religion. He also knows the questions atheists will have to answer moving forward: What now? Sure, we don’t believe in a God, but what do we do with that information? How will it inform our decisions?
He just wrote a book attempting to answer those questions: Creating Change Through Humanism (Humanist Press, 2015):
I posted back in May about the Rowan County Board of Commissioners in North Carolina and how they used to pray to Jesus at virtually every meeting.
In a case of superstition turning deadly in Nepal, Kodai Harijan admitted to killing 10-year-old Jivan Kohar because a holy man told him it was the only way to cure his son:
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