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D. M. Murdock, AKA Acharya S., banned on Facebook

D. M. Murdock, AKA Acharya S., banned on Facebook

According to D. M. Murdock, AKA Acharya S., she made an effort to expose religious child sexual abuse with a vivid picture of what happens to little girls during a “virginity test”.  Facebook did not take kindly to the picture ...

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Political Islam in Decline?

Political Islam in Decline?

In a lengthy piece in the October 13th, 2013 edition of the Jerusalem Post entitled “Has Islamism Peaked in the Middle East?”, Ariel Ben Solomon asks the question of whether Islamism as a political movement has has reached its’ zenith ...

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Arrest of Three Rabbis and Torture as a Religious Tradition

Arrest of Three Rabbis and Torture as a Religious Tradition

Are Judaism and its two Abrahamic offshoots,  Christianity and Islam anti-women? According to Jewish divorce law which is based on the misogynistic man-made teachings masquerading as "the word of God" at Deuteronomy 24:1-4, when a wife is no longer favorable ...

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Why are we divided concerning gay marriage?

Why are we divided concerning gay marriage?

The topic of gay marriage is an issue that has many people divided. On one hand you have people who agree with gay marriage and advocate for the rights of gay people. But, you have individuals who outwardly oppose gay ...

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Christians and birth control: Who's really in control

Christians and birth control: Who's really in control

Many Bible-believing Christians hold to the teaching that God is sovereign, yet practically this belief has not seemed to reach the issue of birth control. It is no surprise that abortions in America are at an all-time high (percentage), but ...

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Could ethics exist without religion?

Could ethics exist without religion?

Does our moral behavior derive from religion? Is it possible for us to be moral without being part of any religious group? One thing that is certain is that Western culture is based on Judeo-Christian philosophies. Almost every aspect of ...

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Christianity versus Islam—tale of theological differences

Christianity versus Islam—tale of theological differences

The recent attacks by Muslims targeting Christians in Maloula Damascus, Syria have elicited fears on the existing theological differences between Christianity and Islam. These attacks come after 39 people were killed and 30 others injured when Muslim and Christian mobs ...

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Homosexual Christians : Is it Possible?

Homosexual Christians : Is it Possible?

In today's world, both homosexuality and radical Christianity is rising. Is there a possible compromise between the church and the sexual orientation of those who claim the faith? If so, then why are so many patrons willing and eager to ...

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There's Still Hope For Us All

There's Still Hope For Us All

It seems that the new Pope, Pope Francis, is a bit more sensible than a lot of people in the Catholic church, which is definitely a change for the better. Now, I am not a Catholic. As a matter of ...

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If the Pope is God, wake up humans!

If the Pope is God, wake up humans!

Pope Francis said that the church had grown “obsessed” with abortion, gay marriage and contraception, and that he had chosen not to talk about those subjects. The Pope gave an interview to a fellow Jesuit. The Pope said, “It is ...

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No Pleasure Ride On A Unicorn: The Case For 'Uncivil' Civil Rights Activism | A look at the battle for religious freedom in the military

No Pleasure Ride On A Unicorn: The Case For 'Uncivil' Civil Rights Activism | A look at the battle for religious freedom in the military

Editor's Note – This guest opinion is republished with permission from Mikey Weinstein, Founder and President of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. ~~~ “The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but ...

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Evangelicals and Climate Change deniers need to start listening to scientists

Evangelicals and Climate Change deniers need to start listening to scientists

While Evangelicals, like Pat Robertson, blame the gays, Pagans, the government, fornicators, American Indians, ”abortionists”, non-theists, and other "sinners" for droughts, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters, I blame them and Climate Change deniers for recent events for refusing ...

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The effects of child marriages and sexual abuse at a young age

The effects of child marriages and sexual abuse at a young age

According to a recent article written by the World Health Organization (WHO), more 39,000 girls will marry this year and not necessarily by choice.  Most are forced marriages to a man nearly three times their age or more.  WHO predicts ...

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