He made the rookie mistake of giving an expiration date for his prediction.
There's a nuanced sentiment against racism if you keep reading.
Revealed: groups banned from other sites fundraising on GiveSendGo as data breach identifies high-dollar donors to far-right actors
The Arkansas state House has passed a measure that would allow teachers to ignore a transgender student’s preferred name or gender pronouns, the latest in a series of bills targeting the rights of trans children.
The far-right can easily be associated with Christian fundamentalism. This can be seen in many contexts, from the Ku Klux Klan to the Proud Boys and this
The pastor, who is already in prison for unlawful surveillance, allegedly lured a 12-year-old girl into his camper van and filmed her changing
Why would Biden spread the Big Lie?
You could be mistaken for thinking that this post was about free will. It can be, but I am more concerned with the general idea of causality in the
Police in Canada have placed metal fencing around a church that\'s led by a pastor who was jailed for holding worship services that violated provincial lockdown rules in order to physically shut it down until it “can demonstrate the ability to comply” with the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
The most common critique leveled at New Atheists is that we attack only puerile, fundamentalist forms of religion, and never engage with the “best” arguments of the faithful: those adumbrated by Sophisticated Theologians™. Never mind that most believers accept a view of God far more anthropomorphic than a simple “ground of being” or a deistic entity that made the world and then refused to engage w...
Taking the Bible literally is a problem from page 1.
This is from Humanists UK. What to me is fascinating is the shrinking of the Anglican segment and the relative growth of 'other Christians': The latest
It is assumed by many atheists that the Bible has traditionally always been interpreted literally. But this is not true - fundamentalist Biblical literalism is a very recent affair.
A new book finds that the more conservative politics and religion are inseparable, the more people identify as having no religion at all...