Reading Time: 3 minutes The religious cults that intentionally starve their children’s minds are fiercely resisting secular oversight.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Whether it’s the sumptuous atmospheric escapism of fiction literature or the immersive world of true possibilities and history of nonfiction, there’s always something to complain about.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Fighting fire with fire could be the key to beating the conservative conspiracy theory mindset.
Reading Time: 6 minutes All collections of religious doctrine are equally arbitrary and unfounded.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The religious right has a long history of trying to shelter followers from contrary opinions for their own good.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m not on Twitter as much as I used to be, but I did spot this trending hashtag: #RaptureAnxiety, started by evangelicals and “exvangelicals” testifying to the mental anguish and terror that an apocalyptic Christian upbringing inflicted on them. One of the earliest threads that started the hashtag off was this one by Mandi Livingston: […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s a disservice to the truth to treat Roy Moore’s case as if it were an isolated anomaly.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Does it put atheist parents at a competitive disadvantage to respect our children’s freedom to make up their own minds?
Reading Time: 4 minutes The GOP’s newfound hatred for higher education is the culmination of a trend that’s been in progress for decades.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I usually don’t think it’s worth beating up on the purveyors of popular evangelical feel-goodism, for the same reason I don’t get in boxing matches with life-size Jell-O sculptures. But I had to make an exception for this tweet from human tooth-whitening strip Joel Osteen: The facts may tell you one thing. But, God is […]