Showed this in my current class on Christian Nationalism. See if you can guess who said it, then click on […]
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Not Light, but Fire
Each Fourth of July we make it a practice of reading the powerful words of Frederick Douglass spoken in Rochester, […]
What we sing is a statement of who we are. The music we choose can be entertaining and, it can […]
Prayer on Planes
Christians singing and praying on a plane. No big deal, I suppose. As a secular person who once thought that […]
Having just spent a few hours reading through First and Second Kings in the Hebrew Bible (to refresh my memory […]
A Declaration of Preference?: If Christians Wrote the Declaration of Independence If America was actually founded to be a “Christian […]
Paradox of Christian Nationalism
I just borrowed my wife’s copy of The Power Worshippers by Katherine Stewart, and ate it up. I highly recommend […]
After the incredibly stupid, silly and disrespectful stunt Deplorable Don performed in front of St. John’s Church the other day, […]
An Atheist at a Prayer Breakfast?
Why on earth, or any other planet, would a secular, humanist, freethinking, non-religious atheist attend a prayer breakfast? Good question. […]
What a ‘Christian Country’ Might Look Like
Next time you hear someone, anyone, assert that America is or should be a “Christian Nation,” I offer these thoughts […]
What Do Atheists Want?
(short answer: Heck if I know, there are so many kinds!) Ignorance seems contagious, doesn’t it? Currently here in “God’s […]
Freedom for All?
I think it’s good and wise to be aware of the Christian Nationalists and their insidious schemes to re-make America […]