Every Analogy for the Trinity is a Heresy

The Trinity makes perfect sense. Unless you try to explain it, in which case you’re going to hell:

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Introducing the Child-Friendly Faith Project

I wanted to let you all know I recently accepted a position on the Board of Advisors for a really wonderful organization called The Child-Friendly Faith Project. The group was founded by Janet Heimlich, author of Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child Maltreatment.

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Where I’m Speaking This Summer

School ends this week and I’ll be speaking at a variety of places over the next couple of months.

The list is below. If you’re in the area, please consider stopping by!

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Rep. Steve King: If You Apologize for a Mistake and Ask for Forgiveness, Then We Live in a Christian Nation

If that headline didn’t make sense, it’s because Rep. Steve King (R-IA) didn’t make any sense either.

In an interview with WorldNetDaily, King explained that he once proved to Alan Colmes that America was a Christian nation.

His proof? Well… just watch:

Got all that? Because we expect that a man who accidentally runs over his neighbor’s dog would apologize to his neighbor and ask for forgiveness, that makes us a Christian nation. Somehow.

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Matt Harding Talks About His Dancing Videos at the American Humanist Association Conference

If you’re like me and the rest of the Internet, you’re a fan of (Dancing) Matt Harding, the guy who traveled the world, danced with the locals, put it all on YouTube, and made everybody smile. His most recent video came out last summer:

Matt’s a Humanist and he spoke on Friday at the American Humanist Association conference (which is still livestreaming today). Carl Wong did a nice job of turning the livestream into a YouTube video and you can watch Matt’s speech here:

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