I don’t care what Christians say about free will, or original sin, or personal growth. God’s behavior is inexcusable.
QAnon has wracked social media feeds since President Trump’s election. Let’s take a look at what, or who, QAnon is and how it’s affecting the rest of us.
Today I received a message from Benjamin Roussey, a Christian who, in all his typical loving Christian ways, thought it would be a good idea to email me and tell me what he thought about atheism. Here’s my response.
Rather than just disavow the actions of one disturbed and misguided man, brainwashed right-wingers have gone the extra mile to ignore the evidence in front of them and make up outlandish explanations in an effort to keep #winning at all costs.
Survey results released yesterday by Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research suggest that Evangelical Christians are becoming more accepting of a softer version of Christianity, rather than the fire-and-brimstone position you might hear from your local street preacher or aging televangelist.
An elementary school in Florida was caught promoting the Good News Club and a prayer function. Their reaction? Cover it up.
It’s the opening of the door to reason and critical thinking that dispels the myth inside all of us.
Incels have become a dangerous subculture of white men who are so resentful toward the women who won’t have sex with them that they desire to harm or humiliate them in return, and even act on it. Was Brett Kavanaugh one?
Chelsea was right about something. Another wave of hate was indeed unleashed.
Young Skeptics, the after-school program focused on critical thinking and evidence-based learning, is seeking new leadership in an effort to reinvigorate the organization’s mission, focus, and ultimately its expansion into more schools.