After Sunday services, their church will turn into a bar.
The Satanic Temple is currently embroiled in drama that involves Twitter, a lawsuit, the alt-right, and somehow, ’80s child-star Corey Feldman.
A new report, commissioned by Humanist Society Scotland, reveals that a substantial majority (59%) of Scottish people do not hold either religious or spiritual beliefs. The research carried out by Survation, polled over 1,000 Scottish residents about a range of issues relating to their religious affiliations and beliefs.
Six-in-ten religious nones say the questioning of religious teachings is a very important reason for their lack of affiliation. But nones are far from a monolithic group.
Religious Right leaders and their followers make it clear that they’re pining for the 1950s. This is a common affliction among the Religious Right. How they love that Golden Era of families, faith and freedom! There’s just one problem: It’s wasn’t so golden for lots of people.
I get this panicked question from godless parents at least once per week, “I just found out my child is being exposed to religious stories at school. What should I do?”
President Trump’s new religious freedom task force has a lot of people excited, even some you might not expect to care too much.
Jeff Sessions’ new religious liberty task force part of Christian nationalist campaign to weaponize religious liberty. And LGBT people will suffer the most.
The Satanic Temple will deliver a statue of Baphomet as part of a religious freedom rally protesting a 10 Commandments monument at the Arkansas state capitol.
Evangelicals are hoping that President Donald Trump brings about the apocalypse.