Kanye West at Coachella
October 3rd, 2019

Rapper Kanye West, no stranger to controversy, claims he’s been born-again. Now he’s hosting ‘Sunday Service’, weekly gospel concerts attended by the rich and famous. Some Christians are doubting West’s religious sincerity, given that the performances have a host of associated high-priced merchandise, including $50 t-shirts and $225 sweat shirts. Continue reading

A hand erasing the word faith on a black board
October 1st, 2019

A new report from two Christian organizations shows that Millennials are leaving Christianity in droves. Calling it “the largest single generational loss of faith in American history,” the report’s authors are suggesting Christians mobilize fast if they want to hold on to some of those young believers. Continue reading

The Bean in Millennium Park Chicago
September 27th, 2019

Four evangelical students are suing the city of Chicago after the city essentially banned preaching at Millennium Park, a popular tourist destination. The students say their First Amendment rights are being violated – but the city says they just want patrons to be able to use the park without being harassed. Continue reading

A pastor rejecting the church
September 26th, 2019

A group that helps pastors and priests who have lost their belief in God just hit 1,000 members. The Clergy Project connects faithless clergy together online and helps them transition to a secular life. Continue reading

A man praying over the Bible
September 19th, 2019

Economists can apparently put a price tag on anything. A recent study found that Christians will pay just over $7 to receive a prayer from a priest. However, atheists will actually pay money to avoid being prayer for. The survey epitomizes the debate that pops up every time disaster strikes: Are thoughts and prayers actually helpful, or just an empty gesture? Continue reading

Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson
September 6th, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson sparked a fierce online debate earlier this week when she posted on Twitter urging her fellow Americans to pray and visualize Hurricane Dorian changing direction. “Millions of us seeing Dorian turn away from land is not a wacky idea; it is a creative use of the power of the mind,” she wrote. Continue reading

Joshua Love holds an image of himself at age of his abuse
September 5th, 2019

Two African-American victims of Catholic Clergy abuse allege that the church is taking advantage of them yet again. Victims La Jarvis Love and Joshua Love say that the church offered them a laughably low settlement- $15,000- because they’re poor and black. Then the church said that if they wanted more they’d need to lawyer up. Continue reading

Active Shooter Training
August 26th, 2019

After a seemingly never-ending series of violent attacks on religious institutions, some churches aren’t leaving anything to chance. Meet the churches who are arming their congregants and giving them active shooter training. Continue reading

In God We Trust on Dollar Bill
August 23rd, 2019

Kentucky requires schools to prominently display the national motto, “In God We Trust”, somewhere in every public school in the state. One school district came up with a clever workaround to protest a law they view as unconstitutional. Continue reading

Washington State Rep Matt Shea
August 22nd, 2019

A Washington State politician is facing calls for his resignation after reports surfaced that he endorsed a militant group that trains children for armed combat in a coming Holy War. Facing comparisons to the Hitler Youth, Representative Matt Shea isn’t apologizing and isn’t backing down. Continue reading