Reading Time: 2 minutes Winter solstice, spring equinox, virgin birth, holiday trees, morality—all examples of things that predate Christianity but have been taken over, adopted, or encroached upon by Christians. Guess what… they’re not quite finished yet. Pastor Craig Gross, once known as the “porn pastor” who founded an anti-pornography church called XXX Church, has his sights set on […]
Kevin Davis is a columnist and activist focused on topics associated with life as a nonreligious American. He's a father of two boys in a predominantly Christian town in Western NY and writes about the challenges that accompany raising secular kids in an environment where everyone is presumed Christian. His book Understanding an Atheist is written for families and friends of nonbelievers and is aimed at improving relationships between the religious and their atheist loved ones. Kevin also covers politics, religious news, and all the other things you’re not supposed to bring up at the dinner table.
Child Evangelism Fellowship ‘caring for Ukrainian children’ with threats of hell
Reading Time: 3 minutes Child Evangelism Fellowship is now targeting Ukrainian children under the guise of refugee relief.
The Babylon Bee chooses misgendering as its Twitter hill to die on
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Babylon Bee’s CEO Seth Dillon is attempting to spin this into the latest outrage-fueled grift.
The creepiest headline I’ve seen from Child Evangelism Fellowship
Reading Time: 4 minutes CEF has posted some really cringy and tone-deaf articles on their website in the past. However, this one… this one is creepy as hell.
The conflict in Ukraine accentuates a warped concept of freedom in the US
Reading Time: 4 minutes Using the exact same terminology to describe a piece of cloth on your face and an invasion of your homeland by a foreign power is enraging.
Is social media ‘church’ for atheists? I didn’t think so until now
Reading Time: 4 minutes Two weeks ago I had my Facebook account shut down for child pornography. Yup, you read that right. A couple weeks ago, I was lying on my couch on a Tuesday night, relaxing with a glass of wine and watching TV at about 10:30pm. Suddenly, a strange text message came in from a family member: […]
My 6-year-old’s best friend invited him to church—and the church paid him to do it
Reading Time: 4 minutes Last weekend, my youngest son invited his best friend to come over and play. They had a great time. They played video games, built some Lego creations, and somehow made enough slamming and banging noises throughout the house to make me think we invited his entire first-grade class over. But when they took a break […]