Journalist Susan Jacoby tells Fresh Air that more than half of Americans will change religion at least once in their adult life time. Her new book is Strange Gods: A Secular History of Conversion.
His approach isn’t the one I’d choose for myself. But it gets results.
Idaho’s Senate Bill 1321 (PDF), introduced on February 12, 2016, and referred to the Senate Committee on State Affairs, would, if enacted, permit the use of the Bible in Idaho’s public schools “for reference purposes to further the study of” a variety of topics, including “astronomy, biology, [and] geology.”
“To say that creationism as a theory is any less valuable than any other theory that nobody can scientifically prove I just think is being close-minded.”
For Americans worried about the possibility of a presidency that conflicts with their own faith, or lack thereof, the Ted Cruz campaign has news for you: that
It would be difficult to overstate the political impact of the recent passing of Antonin Scalia, who was undoubtedly the most colorful and outspoken conservative justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. The effort to fill the vacancy created by his departure may very well dominate the next year in American politics, a year in which tensions are already at fever pitch because it’s an election year, and a tumultuous one at that.
Earliest evidence for atheism predates Jesus by at least 500 years, Cambridge
“He said basically, ‘We’ve got the Bible. That’s our proof.’ He’s right.”
Pastors who decline to perform same-sex marriages would be protected from lawsuits if a bill known as the Ohio Pastor Protection Act becomes law.
Adulterous televangelists. Contraception-denying pro-lifers. Here’s the science behind religion’s fear of sex