Tim Tebow is not a hero. You wouldn’t know that from some recent headlines this week after he “rushed to the aid” of a man having what looked like a heart attack on a recent flight. That is according to CNN.
A British author who angered Christians when he compared their religion to a virus has found an even more virulent analogy to explain how the faith spread throughout Europe.
Many see religions and wars as intrinsically linked. But has religion really been at the heart of many major conflicts?
Atheist groups in the Middle East and North Africa region are demanding that Facebook, which has deleted numerous pages with more than 100,000 members for criticizing Islam, change the way it addresses violation claims so that members’ freedom of speech is preserved.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to a Washington state law banning pharmacies from refusing to dispense meds for religious reasons.
Members of a Jehovah’s Witness sect have been accused of vandalizing a 7,000-year-old archeological site in eastern Mexico – all in an effort to stamp out “Devil worship.”
Alito tries to rekindle the birth control wars in the most offensive way possible.
On Sunday, April 3, 2016, the fourth annual Dr. Irving & Annabel Wolfson Lecture was held at the UU Church of Worcester in Worcester, Massachusetts. Funded by a gift from the estate of Irving Wolfson, this lecture is an annual opportunity to recognize and celebrate those whose work continues to promote humanistic values in liberal religion. This year’s honoree was Dr. Herb Silverman, whose adapted remarks appear below.
Huge, Potentially Precedent-Setting Decision
In the United States we enjoy the “freedom of religion.” This freedom to believe whatever one wants to about divine beings, or to not believe at all, is an