Do you think it’s possible to be good without believing in a god? Do you think our nation’s policies should be grounded in empirical evidence? Do you support the separation of church and state? If so, there’s a political demonstration in Washington, DC that stands
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: –
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”.