The South Texas Coalition of Reason‘s message on a new atheist billboard in Corpus Christi is pretty clear regarding the group’s stance on God:
“Don’t believe in God?”
Sounds like an atheist to me. Sure, the South Texas CoR is reaching out to atheists, agnostics, and those who are spiritual-but-not-religious, but the implication on the sign, anyway, is that God doesn’t exist.
A florist in Richland, Washington says she won’t provide flowers for a gay customer’s wedding because of her relationship with Jesus:
Rob Ingersoll has been a customer at Arlene’s Flowers for nine years. When he and his partner Curt got engaged recently, he knew he’d ask Barronelle Stuzman, their favorite florist and the owner of Arlene’s, to prepare the flowers for the wedding.
He wasn’t ready for her to shoot him down: [Read more...]
I understand why a headline for the South Texas Coalition of Reason‘s new atheist billboard in Corpus Christi would say “Atheist Billboard Stirs Controversy”… more people are going to pay attention to a religion-based controversy.
But it’s still shocking to hear a pastor (and another random dude) express their dissent against a message like that one: [Read more...]