Reading Time: 6 minutes Good news for folks in the UYC! Dale McGowan’s newest book, In Faith and In Doubt: How Religious Believers and Nonbelievers Can Create Strong Marriages and Loving Families is coming out soon. I wanted to start talking about it, since I have a personal connection to this book due to being one of the folks […]
Headmaster sacked from Catholic school over marriage split
Reading Time: 2 minutes This, from the Telegraph: Headmaster sacked from Catholic school over marriage split A top Catholic school retracted its job offer to a new headteacher after governors learnt the chosen candidate had split up with his wife Christopher Belli was offered the top job at Corpus Christi RC High School in Cardiff Photo: BPM Media Wales […]
Right-Wing Christians: The Biggest Threat To Traditional Marriage.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Quick little dash in to say hi and talk about the Christian concept of “traditional marriage.” I haven’t had my wakeyjuice yet, but if I’d had any in front of me, this piece here would have gotten coffee all over my monitor! Well said, well said. It’s SFW–for those whose clicking fingers are still tired, […]
The Unequally Yoked Club: Going Nuclear.
Reading Time: 9 minutes I had this big long old post I was doing about exactly how my time in the UYC came to an grueling end, but for various reasons (including that Biff is one of those tiresome dipsticks who threatens lawsuits every time he feels slighted), I decided to gloss over a lot of that drama. Here’s […]
Losing the Plot (and Plotting the Loss).
Reading Time: 12 minutes You know, every so often right when I think that toxic Christians are starting to catch on to how obvious it is to outsiders that they want to control all the rest of us, they top themselves with a new entry in that “I cannot believe they said that” contest they’ve been running for the […]
Homosexuality v. Christianity
Reading Time: 4 minutes Christians like to argue that same-sex marriage requires a change in the definition of marriage. True, but it’s not like this definition has been constant.