Tag Archives: Prayer
Tamtampamela is overjoyed that God is shaking Japan by the shoulders to tell the atheists what’s up. You should be very, very afraid.
If an evangelizing commenter isn’t going to bother reading what I actually had to say, the least I can do is thoroughly read and analyze the comment.
Last week, I was going to write about this story, where a woman at Benedictine University lost her job, but not for being gay or getting married. She lost it because she had the gall to publish a wedding announcement. Change.org followed up with a statement from the university defending the decision, running the appropriate […]
Just in case, here are some ideas for what kind of funeral I think would be fitting for me.
An NPR story this week introduced religious search engines. Here’s a more critical look at how they actually work and how they really don’t.
Religious apologists seem only too eager to use Christopher Hitchens’ diagnosis of esophageal cancer as an opportunity for their own gain.
Lawmakers in Louisiana are rightfully concerned about the impact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill started at Deepwater Horizon will make on their state. If only there weren’t so many gays in New Orleans, perhaps God would have been less cruel to the Big Easy. That’s why state Senators designated today (Sunday, June 20) as […]