Bush’s unfunny biblical Iraq War prophecies

Gog and Magog Bush’s unfunny biblical Iraq War prophecies

George W. Bush recently made an awful “witty” remark that’s gone viral: “The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq. I mean — of Ukraine. Iraq, too.” This isn’t funny. And neither was the reason he gave in early 2003 to then-French President Jacques Chirac for justifying the […]

What bible classes will not teach you

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Here in Appalachia’s Bible Belt, lawmakers are attempting to have public school children study the bible — without fully realizing the implications.

Is God a Rapist?

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FFRF co-president Dan Barker, a former pastor, shows that the biblical God not only commands and condones rape. According to Jeremiah 13, he actually commits it himself.

Trump pushes bible classes in public schools, backs Project Blitz

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It is very difficult to teach the bible objectively and critically, as the First Amendment would require. For instance, when the class comes to the four gospels that so few Americans can name, the only objective educated position is that Jesus was not born of a virgin, that this clear myth results from a mistranslation of the Hebrew word almah meaning “young girl,” not virgin. This was mistranslated into Greek as parthenos, “virgin,” even though there is a different Hebrew word for virgin.

Winning, challenging, debunking and warning: a typical week

Winning and challenging in the courts, debunking biblical and pseudo-constitutional arguments, and warning towns, states and universities to toe the constitutional line — it’s been a typical week for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

‘Suffer the children’ indeed, a biblical precept

As the unbelievable continues to happen in the United States of America — our federal government separating refugees at our south border from their children — it should come as no surprise to learn that the White House justifies its policy based on the bible.

American politicians use the bible to justify atrocities … again

American history consistently features preachers and politicians thumping the bible to rationalize atrocities. From the First Congress up through the Civil War, American politicians used the bible to justify slavery. Even before that, the Pilgrims justified the genocide of the Pequots on biblical grounds. The bible was used to argue for segregation as much, if not more, than it was used to argue against segregation. On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders continued that long, shameful tradition. Both invoked the bible to defend the Trump administration’s new policy of separating children from their parents at the border.

Why there is a flood of bad bills and what you can do to stop it

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Legislators are trying to shore up their base with pandering proposals that have no chance of becoming law. They don’t care that the bill is illegal and a gross violation of the First Amendment and religious freedom. They simply want to be able to brag on the campaign trail that they proposed a bill to give all the state’s wildlife to Jesus. Or that they fought to get godless evolutionists out of the public schools. Or that they championed getting god’s law into the schools.