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When religions, marriage, and kids don’t mix

I found an article from Chicago about a divorce case going on. The wife is Jewish, the husband converted to Judaism once they had a kid but is back to being Catholic full time, and their three year old daughter … Continue reading

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Chopping heads off: not just for Muslim extremists anymore

HumanistDad provided a link to a story I’d actually forgotten about from last year – the unfortunate decapitation of a passenger on a Greyhound Bus by another passenger. Turns out God told him to do it. The man who beheaded … Continue reading

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I don’t think quotes from the bible should be considered “government speech”

But that winds up being the justification used in Utah for why a monument to the ten commandments can be displayed in a park when the courts denied the extra-terrestrial Church of Summum a monument to their “faith” in the … Continue reading

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