What one of the anti-vaccination movements least favorite doctors discovered about Jesus

By Rachel Marie Stone April 13 at 9:46 AM (Bigstock) Dr. Paul Offit was pretty sure that religion was harmful to children. But while writing his newest book on medicine, the co-inventor of a rotavirus vaccine was surprised by Jesus. Continue reading



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Backlash against religious freedom laws helps gay rights in Indiana, Arkansas

What began 20 years ago as a bipartisan drive to protect the rights of people to follow their faith against an overbearing government erupted this week into a divisive dispute over gay rights and religious freedom. And the fracture can be traced back to two recent moves by the Supreme Court that set up an unusual legal crosscurrent between liberals and conservatives. By overturning a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act in 2013, the court set in motion a string of rulings across the nation that voided state laws banning same-sex marriage. Continue reading



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What atheists want you to know

Story highlights Atheists point to Internet as one reason some Americans are losing their faith For many atheists, the scariest thing about coming out is the loss of community, Greg Epstein says Biggest misconception about atheists is that they are a threat, says pastor CNN’s documentary, “Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers,” tells the story of a number of people who put themselves in that group — and the stigma they’ve faced. “Stan Bennett” is a minister in a small town, but he no longer believes in God. Continue reading



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Are Americans losing their religion?

Story highlights Atheists point to Internet as one reason some Americans are losing their faith For many atheists, the scariest thing about coming out is the loss of community, Greg Epstein says Biggest misconception about atheists is that they are a threat, says pastor CNN’s documentary, “Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers,” tells the story of a number of people who put themselves in that group — and the stigma they’ve faced. “Stan Bennett” is a minister in a small town, but he no longer believes in God Continue reading



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New Xulon Title Ties Science and Spirituality in a Concise Format

Seminole, FL (PRWEB) March 27, 2015 Within the pages of his new book, Faith & Belief Are the Heart’s Keys: Unlock & Soften Your Heart to Set it Free and Live! ($15.99, paperback, 9781498426893; $7.99, e-book, 9781498426909) Daniel Soto will explain the undeniable harmony between science and religionspecifically within Bible-believing religions. Continue reading



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Francis Chan 2015 | Freedom Found in Faith – March 22, 2015 – Video




Francis Chan 2015 | Freedom Found in Faith – March 22, 2015 Francis Chan | Francis Chan 2015 | Francis Chan sermons 2015 | Francis Chan 2015 sermons | Francis Chan Passion 2015 | 2015 is your year Francis Chan | Francis Chan 2014 | Francis Chan … By: Francis Chan Ministries 2015 Continue reading

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A Minute in Atheism: A Faith Healer goes to the doctor – Video




A Minute in Atheism: A Faith Healer goes to the doctor Story Links — http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2015/03/24/faith-healer-benny-hinn-is-admitted-to-intensive-care-for-heart-problems/ http://articles.latimes.com/2002/apr/27/local/me-h… By: Godless Engineer Continue reading

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Chipotle's pork choice-and religious freedom

Despite the possibility that Chipotle’s decision to pull pork from almost a third of its restaurants will come at a cost, the corporation’s commitment to serving “food with integrity” has outweighed its quest for financial gain. “We would rather not serve pork at all, than serve pork from animals that are raised in this way,” Chris Arnold, the company’s communications director, told the Washington Post. Read MoreChipotle considers raising prices .. Continue reading



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Can Indie Filmmakers Save Religious Cinema?

Christian movies have a reputation as being subpar and agenda-driven, but directors are increasingly telling rich stories about spirituality, theology, and the meaning of life. As faith-based films flooded into theaters last year, writers fell over themselves to declare 2014 the year of the Bible movie. It seemed as if the marketmeaning Christian audiences to manyhad finally come into its own, a decade after the runaway box-office success of The Passion of the Christ Continue reading



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