If politicians really believe in “Less of me, more of God”, then how come they spend so much time promoting themselves?
Conservative Christians across the country continue to insist with some regularity that disastrous weather events like hurricanes and tornados are evidence of “God’s Judgment” for “sins” like homosexuality: What does yesterday’s disastrous weather event tell us about the direction of God’s judgment, then? News Item: Destructive
Here we are in the 21st Century. We have hoverboards, virtual reality implants, hotels on the Moon… … and still we have some people insisting that tornadoes are an instrument of God’s judgement: If tornadoes really, really are God’s method of judgment, consider the following tornado risk
David Rock, a businessman in western Iowa, defends Donald Trump with what he claims to be a rational argument in favor of banning Muslims from entering the United States. Does his argument hold water?
Want to stop paying taxes? Wish you could beat up your gay neighbor? Looking for an excuse to remove your daughter from school and keep her illiterate? Need a place to dump your toxic sludge? Trying to keep all Muslims out of your town? Move
All of the 2016 Republican presidential candidates are either outright Creationists of cynically opposed to the idea of biological evolution through natural selection, even if they grudgingly accept that it is a fact.
The Pew Center for Religion and Public Life just came out with the results of a survey that glances across some trends relating to the collision of Americans’ religious attitudes and 2016 presidential politics. Among the results of the survey is the finding that: –
Consistency check: If this is true … … then what does it mean when God does not answer prayers?
The state-sponsored Christian Reverend Patrick J. Conroy, who is appointed by the federal government but never opens Congress in anything other than a Christian ritual, was at his usual antics again yesterday. He began the day of the U.S. House of Representatives by speaking loudly
Donald Trump Calls for the Exclusion of All Muslims from the United States Again — With No Exceptions
“He’s calling for a temporary shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until we can figure out what’s going on.” — narrator of Donald Trump’s first television advertisement. “I’m Donald Trump and I approve this message.” — Donald Trump, in his first television advertisement. There are
The sort of religious liberty these Republicans support is akin to the philosophy of aesthetic choice offered by Henry Ford, who told customers that they could buy a Model T in any color, “as long as it’s black”.