Spinoza, Voltaire, Darwin, Marx, secretly inspired by Christianity? Not so fast.
Jennifer Michael Hecht explores the origins of secular ethics in The Chronicle of Higher Education:
Opponents argued that counselors shouldn’t be allowed to deny treatment of people in crisis because they are gay, transgender or practice a different religion.
One local company says it’s moving its headquarters out of Georgia.
94 percent of black Americans are either absolutely or fairly certain about God’s existence. That is overwhelming and far higher than the national average.
This just in from the “Students… Aren’t They Adorable?” Department.
It was January 20, 2001, and I was at George W. Bush’s inaugural ball. I had spent months campaigning for him, and it had not been easy. After the Florida electoral debacle complete with “hanging chads,” Katherine Harris (and her fifteen minutes of shame), and ultimately the Supreme Court’s Bush v. Gore decision, I was finally enjoying the fruits of my labor as I celebrated the new president that I worked to get elected.
Atheist Ireland, the Evangelical Alliance of Ireland, and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community speaking together in support of separation of church and state
If the Church doesn’t want the legislation passed, odds are it won’t get passed.
Lawrence M. Krauss’s case for why the next Supreme Court Justice should be a declared atheist.
“I say only that this man is not Christian if he said things like that.” Or to put it another way, even the “Right Hand of God™” is prone to the occasional No True Scotsman fallacy.