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The Rise of Iraq’s Young Secularists

On Facebook and in the cafés of decimated Mosul, they envision a country free from political Islam. Do they have a shot?http://bit.ly/2JckJvb

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A Judge Has Ruled Against Atheists Trying to Put Up the Least Offensive Ad Ever

A Pennsylvania judge said a local transit system had every right to reject this ad with the wordhttp://bit.ly/2u9loJ0

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As churches close in Minnesota, a way of life fades

Minnesota’s mainline Christian denominations face unprecedented declines, altering communities and traditions celebrated for generations.http://strib.mn/2KYvGlv

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Atheist Census – Numbers matter. Be counted.

Atheist Census – Numbers matter. Be Counted. Atheist Census is a project of Atheist Alliance International.http://bit.ly/2NC0sSW

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Duterte vows to resign if anybody can prove God exists

Challenge came just days after Philippine president called God ‘stupid’http://bit.ly/2u37A2L

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Piers Morgan and Brian Cox debate the existence of God: a philosopher’s take

The television presenter and the scientist are having an argument about God on Twitter, and Morgan is getting a lot of stick. That’s not fair.http://bit.ly/2NuzMDY

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Here is how Christian homeschooling hurts kids — and leaves some barely literate

My interest in homeschooling was first sparked nearly 20 years ago, when I was a socially awkward adolescent with a chaotic family life. I became close to a conservative Christian homeschooling family that seemed perfect in every way. Through my connection to this family, I was introduced to a whole world of conservative Christian homeschoolers, some of whom we...

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Why millennials are really leaving religion (it’s not just politics, folks)

PRRI data on the rise of the “nones” among young adults in 1986 vs. in 2016. RNS graphic by Jana Riess.http://bit.ly/2IKVQGG

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The Supreme Court Cares About Religious Animus — Except When It Doesn’t

In a pair of religious freedom rulings this month, the Supreme Court took dramatically different approaches to a basic constitutional question: When does anti-religious hostility by government officials violate the religious liberty guarantees of the First Amendment?http://bit.ly/2tzr7Yl

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Growing Secular Movement Could Indicate Change in Political Tide — Even in Texas

“Elected officials are using their narrow Christian beliefs to create laws and policies to the detriment of the population of all Texans,” a state House candidate said.http://bit.ly/2MZAt7T