In a powerful piece of spoken word poetry, Harley Neville challenges religious belief:
Seth Andrews of The Thinking Atheist posted a terrific interview with Sarah Levin, Legislative Associate for the Secular Coalition for America. In it, Levin talks about why she fights for church state/separation and why the First Amendment protects people of all faiths and no faith:
Last week, during an interview with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press, Republican Presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson argued that Muslims should not be allowed to hold the highest office in the land because their beliefs are somehow inconsistent with American values. Not extremist Muslims. Just Muslims.
Franklin Graham, the conservative Christian leader who doesn’t even want Muslims in the country, couldn’t let Carson out-bigot him. So he agreed with the GOP President candidate and then took it one step further: