The preponderance of fundamentalist Christians in America are why so many Americans are comparatively unintelligent when it comes to scientific knowledge that drives the epidemic of stupidity of American, primarily in the South, subscribing to hazardous Republican policies.
Right wing Christians define their right to practice religion as forcing compliance of their beliefs on the rest of the population, and the religious right is counting on the judiciary to achieve their goals.
If Americans wondered what drove the man who masterminded the $24 billion government shutdown all they need to know is that Ted Cruz did not fall far from his father’s evangelical tree.
Unlike football, one group of Christians is playing by a different set of rules that defy the tenets of the religion and its adherents’ claim to be followers of Christ.
Another one of the 24 percent tells the 76 percent to get out because America is THEIR country: white and Evangelical
I ask David Niose, author of Nonbeliever Nation, a few questions about his book and about recent events in both America and around the world
Christian Fundamentalism represents less a coherent religion than a collection of excuses and justifications for bigotry and hatred