A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
I don’t care what Christians say about free will, or original sin, or personal growth. God’s behavior is inexcusable.
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.
It’s the opening of the door to reason and critical thinking that dispels the myth inside all of us.
Christian professor and author John Foubert is promoting the idea that watching too much pornography shrinks your brain. He’s citing a scientific study. And he’s doing it wrong.
I knew this topic would come up eventually. I just didn’t realize it would be so soon. Here’s how this atheist dad handled it.
So much for transparency. It’s much easier to block out the dissenters than answer to them. Welcome to fundamentalism.
I’ve been responding on social media to schools that have been promoting sign-ups for the Good News Club. Today, a GNC parent decided to respond, defending the Good News Club and its volunteers. Of course, I responded back.
Welcome to the second weekly installment of SecularVoices’ new feature, This Week in God’s Plan. If you missed it last week, here’s what this is …
Got cancer? God’s plan. Had a miscarriage? God’s plan. Baby born prematurely? God’s plan. I call bullshit.