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
Consistency check: If this is true … … then what does it mean when God does not answer prayers?
Perhaps there are aspects of being “atheist” besides not believing in God that many New Yorkers don’t want to associate themselves with.
I’ve been driving by this church sign in Searsport, Maine for over a week now, and every time I see it my teeth go on edge: How can anyone possibly think this is a good idea to share? How can anyone believe this? How can
Dead baby on a Turkish beach? (source) More than 100,000 flee massive floods in Japan? (source) 8,000 dead in Ukraine? (source) 7 civilians (including 5 children) killed by U.S. forces’ bomb? (source) Thousands dead in an Ebola epidemic? (source) What exactly has God got in
Listen to the words and read the signs of the protesters supporting government official Kim Davis in her insistence upon taking away same-sex couples’ marriage rights and it becomes clear what the basis for their position is. “It’s about God. That’s the main important thing.” “God’s
Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church has given us some homework: Count ocean waves? OK: One. Two. Three. Four, Five, Six. God’s love?
This morning, J. Clare Peteet posts the following in a comment to Irregular Times: J Clifford, science admits it cannot tell us what caused the Big Bang…. The famous astrophysical scientist, Stephen Hawking, says, “Anyone who chooses to believe in a Universal Creator is standing
For years, right-wing preachers and political pundits like Stephen Bennett, Harold Camping, Graham Dow, John Hagee, Yehuda Levin, John Piper, Pat Robertson, Maurice Mills, Ken Crow, Michael Oard, and Ken Ham have insisted that God uses hurricanes and other weather disasters as tools of divine