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Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

Since 1997, the Birdville Independent School District near Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, has allowed students to open their school board meetings with a statement. Often those statements turn out to be prayers in the name of Jesus. That didn't sit well with a gay atheist high school student (who has now graduated) so the American Humanist… Continue reading Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

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Atheist claims to be force of good as she invokes Satan

The fact that militant atheism is most likely just a ruse to reel the rebellious in to do a bait-and-switch into Satanism has become rather obvious in the past couple of years thanks to various Satanist groups. I referred to these spiritual ties five years ago when I pointed out how atheists were enamored with… Continue reading Atheist claims to be force of good as she invokes Satan

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Atheist minister of Toronto “Christian” church to start nonbeliever congregation

Gretta Vosper, the minister of West Hill United Church in Toronto who made headlines for coming out as atheist, is planning to start a congregation for atheists in February 2017. Her decision comes months after a committee with the United Church of Canada deemed her unfit to serve as minister of their "Christian" church. But the… Continue reading Atheist minister of Toronto “Christian” church to start nonbeliever congregation

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Salt Lake City atheist gathering copies the church

If you interact with an atheist long enough and are observant, you may notice one thing--they are full of contradictions. One popular idea that atheists in recent years tend to repeat is "church is boring and senseless, so you might as well stop going." However, as a contradiction, the new atheist movement over the past… Continue reading Salt Lake City atheist gathering copies the church

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Rebuking and casting down statements favoring abortion

Is abortion really as complicated as pro-abortionists claim it is? Creationists Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith examine and refute arguments that pro-abortionists use to promote killing unborn humans in the video below, which was released today. In the YouTube video, they highlight how the abortion issue should really be measured against these two questions: Is… Continue reading Rebuking and casting down statements favoring abortion

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Texas Attorney General hands judge victory over atheists

After a Texas judicial commission, prompted by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), left unanswered questions about a judge's volunteer chaplaincy program and courtroom prayers, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was asked to look into the program to see if it passed constitutional muster. Montgomery County Justice of the Peace/Coroner Wayne Mack found that if… Continue reading Texas Attorney General hands judge victory over atheists

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WWII spy dossier confirms Hitler was gay

The fact Hitler was homosexual often gets buried behind the fact he killed thousands of homosexuals, but his sexual proclivities, which have been known for awhile, resurfaced in a report today when recently a WWII spy dossier shared among Allied forces was (re?)released. The dossier basically confirms what author Scott Lively covered in his book… Continue reading WWII spy dossier confirms Hitler was gay

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Secular humanist abortion activist doesn’t care if science proves unborn are human

Terry O'Neill, secular humanist president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), stated in a recent interview that she doesn't care about scientific proof that an unborn person is human from the moment of conception. Her only concern is that women and girls have unfettered access to abortion if they want it as "basic reproductive… Continue reading Secular humanist abortion activist doesn’t care if science proves unborn are human

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Millennials accept atheists, but still won’t vote for them, says Ray Comfort

In a recent interview with Janet Mefferd Today, evangelist Ray Comfort reiterated how urgent it is for Christians to share the gospel with people they know or encounter outside the church walls. The interview was centered on Comfort's recent effort to witness to atheists at their Reason Rally. After Mefferd introduced the observation that America… Continue reading Millennials accept atheists, but still won’t vote for them, says Ray Comfort

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Can the Christian religion be labeled a delusional blind faith?

When one person suffers from a delusion, it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called a Religion. author/philosopher Robert M. Pirsig A delusion is something that people believe in despite a total lack of evidence. Richard Dawkins Are these opinions about religion, specifically Christianity, really accurate and true? Are… Continue reading Can the Christian religion be labeled a delusional blind faith?