The rights of women and LGBTQ people have been a big topic of discussion in the atheist blogosphere recently—with some asking whether or not homophobic or sexist atheists actually exist.
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Historian Molly Worthen says evangelical Christians don’t have a single source of authority guiding them, no matter what those in the movement may say.
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Rome, we’ve got a problem. Pope Francis, politically the surest-footed pontiff in many a long century, stumbled pretty badly last week in discussing the crisis that has engulfed Roman Catholicism these past dozen years.
Christian financial guru Dave Ramsey calls those who disagree with him “shallow” and “immature.” But aside from whether his advice is “Christian” — is it actually sound?
Carl Sagan is widely credited with inspiring a generation of scientists. But Sagan’s humanistic words and actions also inspired many others. Here are five of his most compelling quotes.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi delivered a measured, political, some might say meaningless response to the Rohingya question at the International Media Conference in Yangon. Are political pressures tarnishing the legacy of this human rights icon?
Commitment to International Women’s Day is intertwined with struggles against sexism, racism, colonialism, homophobia, classism, able-ism, and Islamophobia. It’s not about your individual preferences and friendships. It is about the institutions, infrastructure, and systems that prevent some of us from achieving the fullness of our human potential.
Child sexual abuse shames survivors into a silence that is fueled by confusion and pain. A shame fueled by what those around will think and say. All too often the source of that shame comes from loved ones, friends, and even inside our churches. Just ask Michael Reagan…
President Uchtdorf’s talk yesterday went a long way toward softening, if not erasing, some Mormons’ decades-old fear of professional history.