It’s not just hyperbole or clickbait shorthand, the war between science and religion is real. But can they be mutually exclusive?
Why Americans need to stand our ground and get our hands dirty for public lands.
There are two vastly opposing spheres of political thought, but Islamic extremism and the far-right actually need each other to survive, to keep on hating each other. Here’s how.
In Alabama, the Senate has okayed a police force with “all the powers of law enforcement” to protect a church of 4,000. Should be fine.
Whoever it was that said, “When something can be defined, it loses meaning,” probably wasn’t referencing Reddit. Hooray for the Blurst!
Matthew Neff looks at the world’s religions and questions the very core of each: blind faith and belief without doubt or reason or proof.
Australian Roger Pugh in his latest “Letter to America” talks about the impact religion and faith has on the American political landscape and papal endorsements.
David Neff examines how religious beliefs that preach “a world in moral decline” and an “us versus them” mentality where only they will be saved is spawning zealotry and violence among otherwise peaceful ranks.
In response to recent events (e.g., Mizzou, Kenya, Beirut, Paris), John S. Blake reminds us that all of humanity is one collective body.