A new theory about the role played by Stonehenge in ancient times says that its huge slabs could have been used as stilts for holding up a large, circular, wooden temple designed for religious ceremonies.
On Thursday, April 3, 2014, the Governor of Mississippi, Phil Bryant, signed into law a measure that allows individuals and organizations to sue the government over laws that they feel obstruct their ability to practice religion.
English comedian Ricky Gervais has caused more upset amongst Christians following his appearance on the front cover of New Humanist magazine. The mastermind of The Office is seen in a Jesus-style pose with the word “atheist” written across his chest.
Baylor University released the results of a study that found sexual misconduct by religious leaders is prevalent. Two-thirds of offenders were married, and the problem is not confined to any one faith.
President-elect, Barack Obama, and a small group of friends and family attended a private memorial service last Tuesday in Hawaii for his maternal grandmother, Madelyn Dunham. The service was held in the First Unitarian Church in Honolulu.
Radio stations give angry reactionary air time on nine stations in response to local elementary school closing out their annual celebratory "Wacky Week" with students being given the option to dress up as the opposite gender or a senior citizen.
Canadian electoral agency Elections Canada, addressed this morning concerns raised by PM Harper and opposition parties regarding their decision to allow religiously veiled individuals to vote without showing their face.
Doctors who are religious in the United States are no more likely to treat the poor than doctors who ar secular. Dr. Farr Curlin, of the University of Chicago, did a study and was somewhat surprised by the results.
We could choose to ignore or get rid of these Radicals. The terror has not stopped and will continue until Radical Islamic followers take over the world. Only just recently have we retaliated, 9/11 being the fuel.
The hate laws of Canada's state that being it is illegal to incite hatred against an identifiable group based on colour, race, religion or ethnicity, but not sexual orientation. That was before Bill C-250.