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When confronted with aliens that could challenge a faith that hasn't changed for over a thousand years, theologians stand ready and willing... to rationalize away the facts and nuances of their own religion.
Religious protections and exemptions have gone so far that in certain cases, neglecting and abusing children is legal as long as you claim there's a religious reason for it.
Pat Robertson perfectly demonstrates the bad arguments faith healers use to trick people into believing they can be cured with a miracle.
Christian zealots in Missouri vote to create a right they've always had just to sneak in a way to stop teaching their kids about evolution, sex, and cosmology.
People of faith contribute to society in countless ways. Fundamentalists, however, are a millstone around its neck.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel are completely out of control according to the secular Israelis who have to share a country with them.
Muslim fundamentalists want all those harlots to cover up their sexy, sexy eyes, lest they're tempted to sin at the sight of an exposed iris.
According to the Huffington Post, teaching kids science is the same as brainwashing and should be considered a form of abuse.
The results of the biannual scientific literacy survey conducted by the National Science Foundation are so embarrassing, the organization felt the need to censor some of the results.
According to Scott Southworth, teaching teenagers how to use birth control is essentially the same crime as showing pornography to a minor.