Though the man who came up with the idea, Josef Erdem, said he proposed the project because he wanted people to “decide for themselves what their graves should look like,” in point of fact people who want a cross or star of David on their graves will have to be buried elsewhere. The new graveyard has a strict policy...
While many individuals learn selflessness, generosity, and gratitude through religion, countless others do not. These things aren’t exclusive to religion.http://bit.ly/2f4qdg7
Too good to be true? Renowned theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss suggests religion could disappear in the span of a single generation.http://bit.ly/2fmKXhL
The unaffiliated have been punching below their weight at the ballot box in recent elections.http://wapo.st/2eZr4Pf
Mississippi’s Governor Phil Bryant has had another attack of Convenient Religious Belief just in time to ask a judge to reinstate House Bill 1523.http://bit.ly/2faYlFC
The elder of her two daughters is getting married next month in what Dana Hahn Gellis describes as “a secular ceremony — no church, no prayers, no ‘gathered before God.’” Gellis, a Wanaque resident, adjunct professor at Montclair State University and a learning consultant in the Montclair public schools, is an atheist, as is her husband, Dave.http://bit.ly/2eMO2ZE
May the imaginary deity of your choice hold me back if I ever see someone put one of these in my kids’ Halloween bags.http://bit.ly/2eMuHrD