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Should high school attending adults be spanked? How much has America evolved on evolution? How harmful can fraternities be? – Required Readings

Good morning everyone, enjoy your reading and have a nice Sunday! Is America Evolving on Evolution? – there’s definitely still a long way to go. The Dark Power of Fraternities – I had always thought this was all exaggerated by movies, and it probably is, but not as much as …

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When Scientists Fall in Love with Scientists; School Gets in Trouble for not Supporting a Secular Students Group – Required Readings

When Scientists Are Mad about Each Other – which is actually, not surprisingly, very common. Government ‘overestimates’ student loan repayments – this means recently graduated students aren’t able to find good-enough jobs in the areas they studied (also not surprising, sadly) North Carolina High School Denies Secular Club, Human Rights …

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Required Readings: Bill Nye won the debate against Ken Ham, or did he? Adjuncts’ working conditions improve – Required Readings

Good morning everyone! Enjoy your Sunday, hope it’s not too cold for you, but just so you know, I’m basking in tropical sunlight! Bill Nye Ken Ham Debate In Depth Recap Synopsis and Who Won – but do creationists actually think Bill Nye won? Clash over worldviews – I doubt …

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Required Readings: Why Bill Nye the Science Guy wants to debate creationism; No Excuse Schools

Tyrannical schools, Bill Nye explains why he wants to debate creationists, religious indoctrination and more! Good morning everyone! Have a nice Sunday and enjoy your reading! Bill Nye Explains Why He’s Doing Debate On Creationism – basically, creationism should be confronted publicly. Godsmacked: I’m an atheist at a hardcore Christian …

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Required Readings, 12 January 2014

Satanic Temple wants to put up a statue in front of the Oklahoma Capitol! Good morning everyone, enjoy this and more in today’s Required Readings! Satanic Temple unveils 7-foot goat-headed Baphomet statue for Oklahoma Capitol – something I doubt will in the end be done, but it sure would be …

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Required Readings, 5 January 2014

Is Bill Nye the Science Guy right in accepting to debate creationist Ken Ham? This and more in 2014’s first Required Readings. Good morning everyone, and happy new year! Have a good time enjoying our first Required Readings of the year! I think Bill Nye is great, but I think …

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Required Readings, 8 December 2013

Many people around the world will stay home talking to themselves because that’s clearly the best way to end hunger in the Earth. This and more in today’s Required Readings, have a nice Sunday and enjoy! ‘Pocket Constitution’ carries religious messages to students – religious agenda is being transmitted to …

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Required Readings, 1 December 2013

A gang of abussive-men-beating women, atheist megachurches and more. Good morning everyone! Have a nice Sunday and enjoy reading while you finish digesting all that turkey! Atheist ‘Megachurches’ Crop Up Around The World – I keep finding stories about this, perhaps it’s just because I’ve never, not even as a …

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Required Readings, 24 November 2013

Is Christianity one generation away from dying out (n England at least)? This and more in today’s Required Readings, have a nice day you all and enjoy your reading! Christianity at risk of dying out in a generation – I don’t know if it will really die out, but it …

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Required Readings, 19 November 2013

Should atheism be included in religious education, should atheists have their own churches? Good morning everyone! Have a nice day and enjoy your reading! The irony of religious education? It needs to include atheists and humanists – this is the least that should be done. Evaluating religious education – how …

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