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This week's poll – Who autographed this?

This week's poll – Who autographed this?

A picture (depicted above) from Aggressive Comix is making its way around Facebook and for this week's poll, we're having some fun to start off the New Year. Select an entry from our list of potential candidates who autographed the ...

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Poll: Do you know anyone who believes the world will end December 21, 2012?

Poll:  Do you know anyone who believes the world will end December 21, 2012?

Last week, we reported that NASA senior scientist David Morrison said that a poll suggests that about 25 million Americans do not expect to see Christmas this year because they believe that the world will end on December 21, 2012 ...

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Poll: What do you think about Christmas displays in the public square?

Poll:  What do you think about Christmas displays in the public square?

It's that fun "war on Christmas" time of year again.   Secularists are challenging public religious displays that exclude non-Christian holiday signs and art.  Some Christians and Fox News pundits complain that atheists are wrecking Christmas and destroying their religious ...

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This week's poll: Will humans ever evolve beyond war?

This week's poll:  Will humans ever evolve beyond war?

With the Israeli-Gaza conflict dominating the news, we thought we'd address war in our poll this week. According to Wars in the World, which documents ongoing wars taking place around the globe, so far this month, 60 countries are involved ...

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This week's poll: Is the religious right losing its political influence?

This week's poll:  Is the religious right losing its political influence?

The election is finally over — and hopefully, we don't have to listen to divisive political debates and ads for awhile. After months of the "Values Voter" bus touring the states, prayer rallies, "Champion the Vote" efforts to get massive ...

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This week's poll: Why the rise of the nones?

This week's poll:  Why the rise of the nones?

Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life reported that the number of Americans who do not identify with any religion is growing at a rapid pace. About one-fifth of the U.S. public – and ...

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This week's poll: Where should libraries file creationism books?

This week's poll:  Where should libraries file creationism books?

Via The Sensuous Curmudgeon, a clever blog about science vs. biblical creationism, we learned of an article titled, "Librarians Decide What is Reality" that was published in Library Journal, "the oldest and most respected publication covering the library field … ...

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This week's poll: Do you believe in the existence of the soul?

This week's poll:  Do you believe in the existence of the soul?

Our New Age and Spirituality editor Sheri Lawson recently wrote an interesting article about whether believing in the existence of souls improves our lives. In this week's poll, we'll be a bit more basic:  Do you believe that souls — ...

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This week's poll: What do you think about creating living clones of extinct species?

This week's poll:  What do you think about creating living clones of extinct species?

In an interesting discussion on the future of genetics, Dr. Michio Kaku suggested that science is not far from being able to "resurrect" extinct species such as the Neanderthal man (link to the video and transcript) by creating living clones ...

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This week's poll – Which picture of Jesus do you like the best?

This week's poll – Which picture of Jesus do you like the best?

There are a lot of images of Jesus.  In this week's poll, we've selected a few of them and ask which one you like the best. Our poll will remain open until the morning of Sunday, August 23, 2012.  Although ...

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This week's poll: Should it be more difficult to claim religious exemptions to avoid having children vaccinated?

This week's poll:  Should it be more difficult to claim religious exemptions to avoid having children vaccinated?

Last week, we reported on a story where a woman who believes vaccines are harmful allegedly bragged that her child spread chicken pox to attendees of a baseball game. It turns out that over the past few years, there has ...

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This week's poll: What do you think of the religious right's remarks after the CO theater shooting?

This week's poll:  What do you think of the religious right's remarks after the CO theater shooting?

After the mass shooting that claimed the lives of a dozen victims in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado last week, churches throughout the city offered their support to the community.  The motives were compassion and the Christian faith. But ...

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This week's poll: The Higgs boson and religion

This week's poll:  The Higgs boson and religion

The 4th of July marked a momentous day in science … CERN announced that there  is evidence of a new subatomic particle.  If this particle is the Higgs boson particle — which laypeople term the "God particle" — its presence ...

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