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The writer of the most popular and influential pro-abstinence literature is now regretting his work.
Skeptico might sound like a skeptical blog, but as demonstrated by its approach to a profile of Dr. Eben Alexander, it's anything but.
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.
John Oliver tackled the state of sexual education in America and that state is disturbing to put it mildly...
Thanks to the Duggar scandals, we're getting a peek at what Quiverful literature says about premarital sex, and its contents are completely untethered from any semblance of reality.
While priests are looking how to get more butts in pews they're willing to consider anything to explain dropping church attendance. Anything except people losing faith.
Atheists will not outshout religious zealots because the zealots will drag them down to a reality and fact-free screaming match and beat them with experience.
A group of Christians illustrates everything wrong with one-sided interfaith dialogue in their conclusions after conducting a survey of atheists.
Pat Robertson perfectly demonstrates the bad arguments faith healers use to trick people into believing they can be cured with a miracle.
Pope Ratzinger is giving up his post. This is by far the best and only morally correct thing he did as pope.