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American pastor blames mass murder of children on 'British redcoats' Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens

American pastor blames mass murder of children on 'British redcoats' Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens

In his "On The Box" program — dubbed "a Biblical truth zone" — Ray Comfort of Living Water Ministries weighed in on the horror and tragedy of the shooting spree at Sandy Creek Elementary School in Newtown, CT, in order ...

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Bill Maher’s New Rule: Atheism is a Religion Like Abstinence is a Sex Position, With First Post-humous Debaptism

Bill Maher’s New Rule:  Atheism is a Religion Like Abstinence is a Sex Position, With First Post-humous Debaptism

I could not say it better myself or even funnier.  Bill Maher stated, “A new rule, until someone claims to see Christopher Hitchens’ face in a tree stump, idiots must stop claiming the atheism is a religion.” He instead that ...

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Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association: If Christopher Hitchens is in hell, it's because God loves him

Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association:  If Christopher Hitchens is in hell, it's because God loves him

Joining the bandwagon of religious people claiming that famous writer and atheist Christopher Hitchens, who died yesterday, now sees the error of his ways, Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association claimed that if Hitchens is in hell, it is ...

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Atheism is the "new cool thing" says Archbishop of Canterbury

Atheism is the "new cool thing" says Archbishop of Canterbury

Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has admitted that the Church of England is challenged by the image of atheism as the "new cool thing." The Archbishop of Canterbury said that the growing popularity of atheism may the due ...

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Red Neck, Blue Collar Atheist – Simple Thoughts About Reason, Gods and Faith

Red Neck, Blue Collar Atheist – Simple Thoughts About Reason, Gods and Faith Red Neck, Blue Collar Atheist  follows in the footsteps of recent best-sellers such as Christopher Hitchens' God is Not Great, Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion, and Sam ...

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Christians Renew Efforts to Battle Skeptics and Atheists

According to Bill Foster, Meet the Skeptic takes the intimidation out of defending one's faith. He says that his program is getting enthusiastic feedback from adults and students looking for answers for their non-believing friends. Foster defines four categories of ...

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Fox rejects John 3:16 Superbowl ad on religious grounds

A foundation hoping to air a religious ad centered around John 3:16 during the Super Bowl was disappointed when Fox Broadcasting Company rejected the request on the grounds that the ad was 'religious.' [...]

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Cross-Examined: It Takes Faith To Be An Atheist

The Cross-Examined website run by Frank Turek says that the number of young people who are walking away from Christianity is at "an epidemic level."  The site explains that 3 out of 4 Christian teens walk away from faith after ...

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Why the religious right has a permanent edge in politics

Susan Jacoby, a columnist for the Washington Post, explains "Why the religious right has a permanent political edge over secular America." Jacoby describes the various 40-day "fast and pray" vigils that are taking place right now that are sponsored by ...

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Christopher Hitchens Talks About Cancer, God

Renowned atheist Christopher Hitchens talked with CNN's Anderson Cooper about his cancer diagnosis and outlook.  Some religious groups are praying for his recovery and conversion; others for his death. Hitchens has not engaged in prayer and doesn't plan on doing ...

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Christopher Hitchens at Book Expo

Book TV asked Christopher Hitchens what he is reading this summer. His choices include Dreyfus and on his fiction list, A Long, Long Way. Last updated: Saturday, June 29, 2013

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Hitchens, Perkins and O'Reilly on the National Day of Prayer – Flashback on Christian Fundamentalists' Usurping of Prayer

In follow-up to our story on the National Day of Prayer, here are some opinions of interest. First, CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed Christopher Hitchens and Tony Perkins.  Perkins. of the Family Research Council, wants Judge Barbara Crabb impeached for her ...

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How High Within Catholic Church Should Prosecution Go?

How high should prosecution and removal go within the Catholic church for the ongoing sexual abuse scandals? Some believe that the Pope himself is guilty of covering up the abuse. The Pope is scheduled to visit England this year, where ...

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