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Italy's atheists can ride the bus but are having trouble getting their message on them. The Italian Union of Atheists, Agnostics and Rationalists wanted to have a slogan -- The bad news is God doesn't exist. The good news is you don't need him.
The Texas Board of Education rejected efforts to continue to require children to study pros and cons of scientific theories, including evolution. Lawrence Allen Jr., who voted against including the strengths and weaknesses language, called for the board to do better at representing everybody in the process and not just our individual ideologies, the Austin American-Statesman reported Friday. The board was considering draft language crafted by a committee of teachers and education experts who...
EMERYVILLE, Calif., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Neurobiological Technologies, Inc. (NTI(R)) , today announced it will release its first quarter 2009 financial results, for the quarter ended September 30, 2008, and host a conference call on November 6, 2008. Hosting the call will be Paul E.
By Craig Brown IT IS without doubt one of the hardest tests for any Christian's faith: to watch images of natural disasters on the scale of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 or the Asian tsunami that destroyed thousands of lives in 2004 occur, or to witness a friend or family member suffer a slow and painful death through a terminal illness, and still be sure that their God is, as the Bible asserts, a loving one.
DESPITE the impossibility of evolution ever happening, the evolutionist is certain that it has. The rigorously tested scientific evidence of evolution that J. C.
I write to commend Stephen Owen for his letter Teach evolution and Intelligent Design, Points of view, September 13, and support his well-marshalled points in answering secularist and humanist arguments for insulating mainstream national life from the influence of religious belief.
By Steve Connor Creationism should be included in science lessons to reduce the confusion among the rising numbers of schoolchildren who have been brought up to reject the principles of evolution, one of the country's leading scientists said yesterday.
By Lindsay Melvin After agreeing to open their 5,000-seat sanctuary to memorialize music legend Isaac Hayes, clergy at Hope Presbyterian Church were bombarded Thursday with scathing e-mails and phone calls.
By Michael Novak T he New Yorker (of all magazines) gave a good number of pages early last month to a quite brilliant book reviewer, James Wood, for a long essay on why he could no longer be a Christian. Stories like his are widespread.
The South Australian government said Friday that the education minister had a right to call Scientologists bastards in a video posted on YouTube.
- To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
- To express in too many words: sometimes used reflexively.
- The leading idea or a repeated phrase, as of a song or ballad; the refrain; burden.