Candidates, take note: Your Bible-thumping bona fides don’t sell to America’s growing number of atheists, says Penn Jillette.
Spoiler alert: it’s the latter. A courtroom isn’t a place for judges to advance their religious views.
Here’s what we know about self-described atheists and their beliefs.
A glass-half-full assessment of the secular movement shows a level of progress and momentum that promises to make it harder for politicians to disregard, writes Tom Krattenmaker.
On May 5, the unconstitutional National Day of Prayer, the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) filed suit against the U.S. Congress, the office of the Chaplain of the House of Representatives, and the entire United States of America, arguing that FFRF co-President Dan Barker had illegally been denied his right to offer a secular invocation to…
I was pleased when I heard last year that the President of the Boy Scouts of America, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, called for an
I don’t think there is any doubt that in the aggregate, religion – not just belief without evidence, but organized, capital-R Religion – has historically been and continues to be a bane to humanity. One of the reasons this realization escapes so many people is the cultural deference to religion and its ubiquitous portrayal as…