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The Family Research Council, without a hint of sarcasm or whiff of hyperbole to make some point, wants the government to outlaw the sale of birth control to unmarried couples.
Muslim hardliners are zealots are trying to break down the Saudi wall between religion and business. And this is bad news for its economy and Westerners visiting the country.
Pundits are hailing Pat Robertson's hateful tirade against atheists after an attack on a Sikh temple as a step forward in inter-faith relations. That's both telling and disturbing.
Christian zealots and Muslim fundamentalists find new common ground: that evolution is a myth created by the Jews to subjugate the world.
Christina fundamentalists may want to ban evolution from schools, but Muslim fundamentalists want to kill anyone who teaches it.
Religious apologists sure do love their fantasies of how unbelievers will be tortured in the fires of Hell...
Biologos just found out what happens when you take a factual stand against religious zealots instead of mewing about vague, aspirational niceties.
Weird Things is making a list and checking it twice, going to find out who's been undermining public health, science, and education...
Blasphemy is an important tool in a secular society, but it's not a good way for angry religious zealots to engage in a low brow tit-for-tat.