After putting words in George Washington's mouth, Bryan FIscher produces bullshit from his and claims "the Ten Commandments of secular Sharia law" is taking over the land
Two minutes in the life of Pontius Pilate decided world history for the next 2000 years, two minutes in which Jesus could have been pardoned - and forgotten by history
Jesus explains that his ministry was for the poor and oppressed, not against them, and that the rich and powerful serve Satan and the demonic powers in control of the earth
David Barton has little to do with actual Christianity and even less to do with first century Judaism, as Jesus explains in this exclusive interview
For the Roman world, Augustus was a messiah, and the cities were eager to proclaim his "good news" (evangelion) even before Jesus was born
And Jesus so loved the rich he gave his life for them. Or so you’d think. Jesus’ evolution into a plutocratic champion of the ultra-wealthy beggars belief. That is certainly the outlook of prosperity gospel, the idea that Jesus will make you rich.
Republicans don’t want to take back our country; they want to take our country back, back to a time before the United States, before the Constitution to the unworkable Articles of Confederation, to pre-Constitutional religious intolerance and oppression of minorities and of women.
It is no surprise that Talibangelicals can compare women to livestock, as State Rep. Terry England did recently in Georgia. Livestock can't control their own bodies, so why should women? It's how God wants it, after all.
The grim calculus of conservatism's so-called rights of conscience is this: I don't believe so you can't... Their religious freedoms are your slave chains.
Republicans insist we must fear the specter of an world Islamic Caliphate while ignoring the dangers of a Christian theocracy at home
Jeffrey T. Kuhner of the Edmund Burke Institute, who last year accused President Obama of having “black nationalist sympathies” (whatever those are) wrote a column for the Washington Times on February 23, which he entitled Obama’s pseudo-religion, arguing that the “President’s secular moves” are “out of step with Judeo-Christian culture.” His claim is that “Mr. Obama is a radical leftist. Like all such extremists, he has nothing but contempt for traditional Christianity and the family.”
The more Rick Santorum pushes for an American theocracy the more the Christian Right accuses liberals of plotting an atheist dictatorship
It was inevitable, I suppose: The forces of theocracy accusing the so-called political left of trying to foist a theocracy upon the United States. And no, it’s not for the reason voiced by Ann Coulter that liberalism is a religion, but that Obama (gasp!) quotes scripture in defense of his policies.
Rick Santorum has something in common with the base: shared idiocy about an America that never was, and the culture war cred to go with it
Each year, CPAC brings you the most insane things Republican can think of saying. We present you here with a sampling of 2012's offerings
Rabbi Daniel Lapin generates a myth that the availability of oral contraception has somehow caused the collapse of American civilization
President Obama has been accused of having perverted the word of God and abusing scripture, but the real culprits are those who accuse him
Kristi Watts, Pat Robertson's co-host on the 700 Club wants to know why atheists don't chop down all the trees since Wiccans "worship" trees
The mainstream media's reluctance to talk about religion and politics with regard to America's problems and possible solutions is troubling