By Eric Jayne
Nearly all Christians have a few favorite bible verses that they find to be deeply inspiring. The texts from many of these verses have been stamped on aesthetic snapshots depicting a variety of scenic natural landscapes. Having observed several such pictures on display in neighboring office
cubicles at work, I came to find it very curious that the recurring
maniacal proclivities that dominate the bible (genocide, slavery,
womanly submission, capricious rules, etc.) are not represented.
Read more: Celebrating Biblical Scripture
By Crystal Dervetski
They Might Be Giants (TMBG) just released their newest addition to their already amazing catalog of children's albums. But before you relegate this one to the kids, it's really important that you take a listen. John Flansburgh and John Linnell have once again achieved new musical heights, and have created a children's CD that is wonderful for adults to listen to as well. Moments in the CD will make young and old absolutely giddy with delight.
Read more: The Sunny Skeptic: CD Review - Here Comes Science
By Matthew Richardson
The other day I was reading an article written by a gay expert on religion. He said that Jesus never said anything about homosexuality. Well, of course, that's completely untrue. Jesus thoroughly condemned homosexuality in Leviticus and in various books in the New Testament.
Read more: Jesus of the Old Testament
By Victor Tanner
The ever increasing diversity of religious faith in America can cause quite of bit of turmoil amongst their followers. As it turns out, these differences might be more dangerous than previously thought. As America's religious landscape becomes more and more diverse, there is a very real danger that conflicting prayers offered to different gods may phase cancel each other out in much the same way that noise silencing systems work, rendering the prayers useless.
Read more: Prayer Cancellation
By Bob Schmitz
(Note: the following appeared as the ‘Letter of the Day’ in the Thursday, October 28th edition of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. –ed.)
Tuesday's commentary "TiZA's success should not be punished" by two representatives of the Minnesota NAACP overlooks one salient fact: TiZA is a religious school collecting tax dollars in violation of the Minnesota Constitution.
Read more: Constitution is Clear: No State Money for Religious Schools