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German legislators plan to boycott Pope’s speech

When abuse allegations started popping up against the Catholic Church, Germany was one of those countries that, like Ireland, had suffered mightily at the hands of the clergy. When they opened up a hotline for victims of sexual abuse, they received 2700 calls after only 3 days. The Vatican, aware that it's about as popular as mouth herpes, is setting off to Germany in a vain attempt to discuss how Protestan ...

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Flying Korans kill Salman Rushdie

Ok, here's the skinny on this video before you watch it: In 1989, Salman Rushdie released his most famous work, "The Satanic Verses", which sends the Muslim world into a major spaz attack. To capitalize on this, "International Guerrillas" was born. The film revolves around three brothers united by their hatred of the blasphemer who set out to destroy Rushdie. The video above is the climactic scene where God ...

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The Church of England is dying

Man, once in a while you see a headline that just makes you want to smile. Today, my special little surprise was the Telegraph reporting if things don't significantly improve for the Church of England, they will go the way of the Dodo bird. Of course, Church officials are scrambling to figure out what to do next: "We are faced with a stark and urgent choice: do we spend the next few years managing decline, ...

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Miss USA parody

What happens when you substitute the word "evolution" with "gravity" on the embarrassment that was the Miss USA "Let's Ask These Bimbos if they think proper science should be taught in school" video? You get something funny enough to make you shart a little...Enjoy the weekend! NOTE: Miss Washington is still awesome. I love facts too, baby! ...

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People with faith are blind

Honestly, can we stop pussyfooting around this issue? I feel like I'm the bad guy here every time I have to tell some delusional sheep his beliefs are unsound nonsense. The problem is made even worse when the person in question is actually educated. It would appear no one is immune to dumb ideas. In the case of intelligent people, their own elaborate justifications create a kind of intellectual fog blinding ...

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Mormon Elder claims Freedom of Religion in jeopardy

There are two things that will never change in this world: 1) people will always have reasons to hate others, and 2) religions will always provide a way to make this exceedingly easy. Take the Mormon Church for example: they've been diligently working to ensure that gays and lesbians aren't allowed to marry out of the ridiculous notion that doing so "violates" the sanctity of marriage. Because of a few pass ...

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S.E. Cupp is annoying

It's funny whenever a non-believer states plainly no evidence exists that would satisfy the "God question", we're accused of being snobs, elitists, mean, or even fundamentalists. Have you noticed no one seems to accuse us of of having the weaker argument or of being wrong. Instead, we're vilified as being "spiritual buzzkills". I've long had doubts about S.E. Cupp's atheism, if only because she seems to lac ...

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Islam is totally reasonable

You remember Pakistan right? It's the country currently being ruled by a military dictator who happens to be nice and chummy to Islamic groups who like to get women sentenced to death for blasphemy. They seem to be profoundly confused about what to do regarding the sacredness of the name "Muhammad", as they've recently arrested a man for throwing out a business card of someone who shared the namesake. You c ...

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Military Chaplains worry about inability to discriminate

Evangelical chaplains in the military are suffering! They're worried the eventual repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" will jeopardize their ability to openly discriminate against gays and lesbians who might come to them seeking spiritual help. Now while I generally feel homosexuality and religion mix about as well as oil and water, you can't deny the fact statistically, gays are actually more religious than t ...

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