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Atheists: Just as obnoxious as Christians

by Mary Elizabeth Williams
June 15, 2013

Print: Salon

The author thinks atheists are being “obnoxious” when they force government officials to treat them like Christians.

(3) comments | Read the full article.

Is Richard Dawkins Really The World’s Leading Intellectual?

By Rabbi David Wolpe
May 11, 2013

Print: The Huffington Post

Rabbi David Wolpe believes that Richard Dawkins is unfit to be called one of the world’s leading intellectuals.

(6) comments | Read the full article.

Has militant atheism become a religion?

by Frans de Waal
March 25, 2013

Print: Salon

Can the gap between the religious and the non-religious be bridged, when the debate itself is so attention-getting?

(11) comments | Read the full article.

Rick Perry says prayer, not gun control, will keep American children safe from violence

By Meredith Bennett-Smith
January 17, 2013

Print: The Huffington Post

The former presidential candidate said that instead of enacting tougher gun control legislation, Americans should simply pray for protections.

(16) comments | Read the full article.

Are solar eclipses evidence of a cosmic designer?

by Peter Mullen
November 14, 2012

Print: The Telegraph

Peter Mullen claims that we cannot explain a solar eclipse with “scientific jargon”.

(15) comments | Read the full article.

Malaysia holds seminars to help teachers spot ‘gay children’

Reuters
September 15, 2012

Print: The Guardian

Light-coloured clothes and large handbags for boys listed as signs, as government forges ahead with anti-gay agenda.

(10) comments | Read the full article.

Bucking skepticism, well drillers offer water witching during drought

Associated Press
September 2, 2012

Print: The Washington Post

Recent droughts have eroded skepticism about water-witching, also known as divining or dowsing, despite the lack of any scientific evidence for it.

Read the full article.

Atheism’s drought of reason

By Lisa Miller
August 1, 2012

Print: The Washington Post

Lisa Miller argues that in criticizing the agriculture secretary for saying he prays for rain, atheists have shown they are petty and small-minded.

(7) comments | Read the full article.

Pope Tells Irish That Cause of Child Abuse by Clergy a ‘Mystery’

By Frances D'Emilio
June 17, 2012

Print: The Huffington Post

Pope Benedict XVI told Irish Catholics on Sunday it is a mystery why priests and other church officials abused children entrusted in their care.

(13) comments | Read the full article.

‘Dangerous atheists want to wipe out Christianity’: Cardinal warns atheism fosters violence

The Daily Mail
May 17, 2012

Print: The Daily Mail

Britain’s most senior Roman Catholic warned yesterday that secular atheists mean to wipe out Christianity.

(26) comments | Read the full article.

‘The Time is Finished’: Religious Sect Erects Billboards Ahead of ‘Transformation’

By Armina Ligaya
May 2, 2012

Print: The National Post

The number 666 typically conjures up biblical symbolism tied to the Antichrist. But for one family that belongs to an obscure Christian sect, it’s a symbol of the upcoming day of reckoning.

(6) comments | Read the full article.

New York Times ad proof anti-Catholic attacks are fair game

By Charles Lewis
March 10, 2012

Print: The National Post

The author claims that the March 9th full-page ad in the New York Times by the Freedom from Religion Foundation represents an unfair attack against Catholics.

(43) comments | Read the full article.

Atheists and the F-word

By David Lose
February 6, 2012

Print: The Huffington Post

Author David Lose argues that any construction of a system of values demands faith — even for atheists.

(12) comments | Read the full article.

Hosannas for the Court

Wall Street Journal editors
January 11, 2012

Print: Wall Street Journal

WSJ op-ed celebrating the Supreme Court’s ruling that religious organizations should be partially exempted from laws banning discrimination in employment.

(7) comments | Read the full article.

Philosopher Sticks Up for God

By JENNIFER SCHUESSLER
December 14, 2011

Print: New York Times

Philosopher Alvin Plantinga argues that theism is compatible with science in his new book.

(24) comments | Read the full article.

Americans: Undecided About God?

By ERIC WEINER
December 11, 2011

Print: New York Times

The fastest growing religious demographic is the “Nones”, with no religious affiliation.

(10) comments | Read the full article.

The God Test: Why Everyone Believes

By Rabbi Adam Jacobs
November 8, 2011

Print: The Huffington Post

The author poses 3 questions to non-believers and contends that if they choose the “non-materialistic” answer, they may be more of a believer than they think.

(59) comments | Read the full article.

War of the Worldviews: Let’s Talk God

By Deepak Chopra
October 27, 2011

Print: Huffington Post

Scientific atheists like Richard Dawkins use every tactic they can find to make it seem that science can disprove God. But in simplest terms, you can’t prove that something doesn’t exist.

(23) comments | Read the full article.

Welcome, Atheists. But Really, Why Are You Here?

By Eliot Daley
October 17, 2011

Print: Huffington Post

A writer for the Religion section of the Huffington Post is surprised by the number of atheists reading and commenting on his posts. He asks: why are atheists visiting the Religion section?

(11) comments | Read the full article.

Canada weighs creating ambassador for religious freedom


October 6, 2011

Print: Globe and Mail

The Canadian government is planning to create an international religious freedom watchdog that it’s installing within the Department of Foreign Affairs, with a $5-million annual budget, to promote and monitor religious freedom around the world.

(7) comments | Read the full article.

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