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On fundamentalism and being a Christian

Today I found an interesting article from the Telegraph online (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/10781259/Attorney-General-Rise-of-fundamentalism-is-damaging-Christianity.html) which made me think. In this article, Attorney General Dominic Grieve warned that the rise of fundamentalism might turn people away from religion and that those who still believe, but who are more liberal, are reluctant to openly talk about their belief. 597 more words

Google celebrates Easter by persecuting Christians

-by John Prager

Google did something reprehensible and anti-Christian yesterday. It was so terrible–so horrid–that we can’t idly stand by without speaking up. Just take a look at this evil, anti-Jesus crap they pulled–and on Easter Sunday no less! 128 more words

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Biblical Interpretation and Inerrancy: Moving beyond myopia to a grander vision of unity (Synchroblog)

 This is part of a synchroblog.

 

Fighting over the bible is stupid. But it happens all the time. and It seems to invoke a certain pride among those who love to beat others up with “God’s truth.” But what if we loved each other despite how we viewed scripture? 2,191 more words

On mind-controlling cults, Fred Phelps, and Ockham Awards

I spent the weekend before last at QEDCon, a convention for people who like science and don’t like pseudoscience. While I was mainly there to speak on… 1,134 more words

Fundamentalism

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Easter with my family could’ve been better.

It also could’ve been worse.

As with any group of people, family gatherings have a tendency to be tense. 1,002 more words

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At state level, Britain has become liberal fundamentalist – not a ‘Christian’ or ‘plural’ society

an excellent analysis by Taji Mustafa of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Britain

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron wrote an article for the Church Times – perhaps hoping to win support from middle England – that Britain is a ‘Christian country’. 410 more words

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