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Atheist Activist Group Seeks ‘Permanent Benching’ of University Football Chaplains Nationwide

MADISON, Wisc. — A prominent atheist activist organization is seeking to “permanently bench” university chaplains nationwide out of its belief that their presence suggests the endorsement of Christianity at secular institutions. The Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) released a 25-page report this week in which it takes issue with the idea of football chaplains, stating […]

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Ashley Madison Data Dump Reveals Hundreds of Obama Admin Employees Had Adultery Accounts

WASHINGTON — Following the massive data dump of the spouse-cheating website Ashley Madison, it has been learned that hundreds of employees with the Obama administration had paid accounts with the site and used their federal offices to access it. The Associated Press (AP) outlines that it has traced hundreds of the 37 million Ashley Madison […]

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Church-State Separation Group Seeks Removal of ‘Religious’ Veterans Memorial

KNOXVILLE, Iowa — A prominent church-state separation group is seeking the removal of a veteran’s memorial in Iowa because it considers the cross grave marker included in the display to render the memorial religious. Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU) recently sent a letter to officials with the Iowa Department of Parks […]

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Bombs Found Planted at New Mexico Churches

LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Police are searching for clues after bombs were found planted this month outside of three houses of worship in New Mexico. On August 2, police responded to a call about an explosion at Calvary Baptist Church in Las Cruces, where reportedly a bomb had been wrapped in newspapers and placed into a […]

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Facebook Page Subject of Atheist Complaint Resumes Posting Christian Statuses After Confusion Cleared

JONESBORO, Ark. — A Facebook page that was the subject of a complaint from a prominent atheist activist organization has resumed posting Christian statuses after it was realized that the atheist group mistook the page as being run by the city when it actually was the personal page of a city employee. As previously reported, in […]

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Homosexual Men Settle with Texas County Over Clerk’s Delay in Issuing ‘Marriage License’

GRANBURY, Texas — Two homosexual men have reached a settlement with officials at a Texas county following their initial lawsuit over the clerk’s refusal to issue them a “marriage” license because of her Christian convictions. Hood County officials have agreed to pay nearly $44,000 in attorney’s fees for Jim Cato and Joe Stapleton, two men who […]

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Atheists File Complaint Over Judge Who Offered Marrying Girl, Copying Scripture as Jail Alternative

TYLER, Texas — A prominent atheist activist organization has filed a complaint against a Texas judge who gave a man facing a misdemeanor assault charge the option of marrying his girlfriend and copying Scripture in lieu of serving time behind bars. According to reports, Josten Bundy appeared in Smith County Court last month on charges […]

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Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz: The Body of Christ Must ‘Rise Up’ This Election Season

TUPELO, Miss. — Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is calling upon Christians and their pastors to “rise up” for biblical values during the 2016 election season. “Nothing is more important in the next 18 months than that the Body of Christ rises up and that Christians stand up—that pastors stand up and lead,” he said […]

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Report: American Pastor Imprisoned in Iran Target of ‘Harsh’ Prison Raid

KARAJ, Iran — An American pastor imprisoned in Iran reportedly continues to be abused behind bars as he was recently the target of a raid by prison guards. “Human Right Activists News Agency Iran reported on Wednesday that Pastor Saeed [Abedini]’s condition in Rajai Shahr prison was very worrisome and that on August 6th, prison […]

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Presidential Candidate John Kasich: ‘I Don’t Read a Bible to Figure Out What I Think’

CINCINNATI, Ohio — Republican presidential candidate John Kasich stated during an interview that aired nationally on Sunday that he doesn’t “read a Bible to figure out what [he] thinks.” Kasich was being interviewed by CNN’s Dana Bash for the network’s “State of the Nation” broadcast. “You talk a lot about that your faith guides you, […]

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