Tagged: evangelicals

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Kachetiendg: It’s Time to Start Calling Evangelicals What They Are: The American Taliban

Evangelicals are The American Taliban. To many, that will seem a garish and inconceivable statement. The entire purpose of this article is to point out that religious extremism also exists in America as it does in other parts of the world, and that it is not just radical muslims who are extreme, it’s also radical christians … and that...

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White Evangelicals Say They Face More Discrimination Than Muslims

A new study suggests different groups of Americans see their country in radically divergent ways.http://theatln.tc/2nnt6JD

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It’s Time to Start Calling Evangelicals What They Are: The American Taliban

“The Council For National Policy” is a Conservative Think Tank, made up of a who’s who of prominent conservatives; Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Reince Priebus, Tim LaHaye, Bobby Jindal, John McCain…http://bit.ly/2mGtGC4

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On Gorsuch, it’s evangelicals vs. atheists

The clash between two of the country’s largest religious groups forebodes a fierce and high-stakes battle over Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.http://cnn.it/2kjww00

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Apocalypse Now: Evangelicals No Longer A Major Political Force And It Scares The Bejesus Out Of Them

Christian Evangelicals – America’s most vocal religious demographic is terrified of becoming one more marginalized religious minority.http://bit.ly/28r4rHs

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Irish Atheists, Evangelicals and Muslims unite for Secularism

Atheist Ireland, the Evangelical Alliance of Ireland, and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community speaking together in support of separation of church and statehttp://bit.ly/1LxqApO

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Hatred is weaponizing Jesus: How violent evangelicals, faith-based con artists & serial abusers are using religion for the purpose of evil – Salon.com

In whatever Christian denomination you choose to look at, you’ll find despicable misdeeds left and righthttp://bit.ly/1Ji81Xu

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Should We Forgive Evangelical Christians? – TheHumanist.com

Can we forgive evangelicals? That’s the question posed on the blog The Bilerico Project by Warren J. Blumenfeld, a professor at the University of Massachusetts. He sees previously anti-gay Christians and denominations rushing to “adjust” their anti-gay policies to something that might be socially acceptable (and ethical), and Blumenfeld is not impressed. He hasn’t forgotten […]http://bit.ly/1Iky38Z

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We atheists can use growing clout to beat evangelicals at their own political game | Adam Lee | Comment is free | The Guardian

As long as atheists remain diffuse, we’ll be outmuscled by religious sects that can exert pressure on politicians with no one to counterbalance themhttp://bit.ly/1FhxF9m