Monthly Archives: January 2018

Chief Proponent of the Christian Nation Myth

Perhaps I am wrong, but it is my strong suspicion that many Americans who live outside of the Christian fundamentalist and conservative evangelical bubble have never heard of a man named David Barton. Please allow me to introduce you to … Continue reading

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Our Current Understanding of the Apostle Paul’s Writings May Be Wrong

David Bentley Hart has developed his own translation of the New Testament at the request of Yale University Press. In doing so, he came to the conclusion that past translations of the New Testament got the message of the Apostle … Continue reading

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Will Your Health Be at Risk?

TODAY — The Trump administration, in a dangerous move, created a new office to enforce religious refusals, which could target women and LGBT people for discrimination. Read our full breakdown here. The newly formed Conscience and Religious Freedom Division — … Continue reading

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Feeling Sad and Down Today

Hi folks.  I just did some surfing around the worldwide web, and it made me feel really sad and down. From all the different things I read in a wide range of places, several matters became clear to me.  They … Continue reading

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Another Horror in Fundieland

Please dear readers.  Take a good, long look at the following horrifying story from ABC News: Another Horror in Fundieland You may read more about this at the following safe links: Read More Read Even More  

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What’s That Mr. Trump——Shithole Countries You Say?

President Donald J. Trump, widely known in Christian fundamentalist and conservative evangelical circles as God’s Anointed One, laid out his vile racism for all the world to see yesterday.  Perhaps he never heard or sang the song Jesus Loves the … Continue reading

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Bible Literacy Classes (Wink, Wink, Wink)

Public schools in a number of the 50 states that comprise the United States of America are allowed to teach Bible literacy classes. Such classes are required to be of a secular nature. The course work must be structured to … Continue reading

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