At 9 years old, William Maillis is like a lot of other boys his age, enjoying video games, knock-knock jokes, sports and hanging out with friends. In May, he graduated from high school and is now a college student already working on his own theories of how the universe was created. William, who lives
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Bridgeport, Connecticut’s Chief of Police is blaming residents for the city’s problems, such as gangs and shootings, saying at a march to support his officers on Saturday, “people have abandoned God.”
The wistful refrain among religionists has for some time now been the same: the religiously unaffiliated will return to religious practice one of these days. New numbers from a survey jointly conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute and Religion News Service, however, might crush whatever hope is left about luring Nones back into the fold.
The Public Religion Research Institute is out with another fascinating report on one of the most significant religious trends of our time: the dramatic rise in disaffiliation, or, as some call them, the “nones.”
The world isn’t ending, but we face a tremendous problem from people who believe it is. The beliefs of many radicals have become increasingly apocalyptic over the past decade. They’re convinced the end of the world is imminent and that they have a special role in bringing it about. Whether or not you’re interested in the apocalypse, terrorists who believe it’s coming are interested in you.
A blast from the past from our friend at Friendly Atheist.
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In a gloomy forecast for organized religion, only seven percent of the ‘nones’ say they are looking for a religion.
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