This Christian Mom’s Rapping is Almost as Bad as Her Anti-Transgender Message

Since bathroom use for transgender people is a big topic in the news right now, it makes sense that artists would want to weigh in on the controversy. Thankfully, MH Wiebe, a mother from Alberta, has put everyone else to shame with her new rap song “Gender Bender“:


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For the First Time, There Are More Atheists in Norway Than Believers

Congratulations, Norway!

The percentage of Norwegians who say they don’t believe in God has, for the first time, surpassed those who do. It’s 39% atheist, 37% believer, and 23% who don’t know, according to a survey of 4,000 people by the annual social-cultural study Norwegian Monitor:


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A Brief Look at Whether Humans Are Hardwired to Believe in God

In this simple, insightful video, MacGregor Campbell explores if humans have been hardwired to believe in God:


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Boone County (Missouri) Officials Finally Replace Christian War Memorial on Government Property

In late 2014, we learned that a war memorial outside the Boone County courthouse in Missouri had finally covered up the Jesus Fish symbol that had been there for 20 years:

That happened as a result of a letter that Americans United For Separation of Church and State sent county officials back in May of 2014. Officials feared a losing lawsuit and decided it wasn’t a battle worth fighting.

But then they began to change their minds.

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Republican Senator Wants to Implement Special Visa Program for Christians Escaping ISIS

Following the atrocities in Brussels, conservatives were predictably eager to indulge their baser anti-Muslim instincts. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was quick to return to his bomb-and-torture routine while next-in-line Ted Cruz elaborated on the “need to empower law enforcement to patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized.”

It occurred to at least one Republican, though, that maybe refugees fleeing ISIS might have some legitimate concerns after all.


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