I recently came across an open attempt to “diss” secular social justice activism. In the interest of not igniting some kind of flame war, I’ll just say that the author’s intent was clear but the reasoning vacillated between simplistic and specious.
But remember: It’s Target bathrooms we should really be worried about.
Thousands of atheists and their allies are expected to converge on Washington, D.C., next month for a “Reason Rally.” The first Reason Rally, held in D.C. in 2012, attracted about 20,000 people in the rain, according to organizers.
Theists commonly argue that we live on a cosmological knife-edge. Numerous physical constants are said to be so vital to our existence that even the slightest change in any one of them would have produced an eternally lifeless, barren cosmos. If the gravitational constant, for example, had been scaled up or down by only a miniscule factor, or the electromagnetic or cosmological constants perturbed in the slightest, life as we know it could never have come into being.
It’s appalling that the Bangor Daily News felt this was worthy of publishing.
Haifa resident asks court to keep the Almighty away, claiming He is being mean to him
The annual National Day of Prayer is a tradition that doesn’t go as far back as you may have thought.
Alec Ndiwane, a Zion Christian Church prophet, was attacked on a safari while trying to show that God would save him in front of fellow church members in South Africa’s Kruger National Park.
You’re better off at home than dealing with Christian bullies.
We shouldn’t be settling for an under-the-table concession.