Twitter is often used as a means to lash out at something or someone, and atheist-haters are no exception. Atheists, your fight got bigger😄: one callout on a specific organization of community–seeking humans plus one call for the complete marginalization of your kind, from . . . . . . well, you know . .... Continue Reading →
You've heard it before: either you've been blessed or you haven't, whether in the form of property ownership, offspring, or life itself after a tragic mass event. The list of casual blessings goes on and on . . .
Dallas Catholic organization falls first to scrutiny, next to court
Tipping point politics being what they are, she's taking the next step as well by offering secular invocation
Southern states, and others, are similarly challenged in today's religious-political climate, to offer non-discriminatory employment opportunities to their community members.
Does more religion in the workplace hinder the freedom of secularists? "The number of religious discrimination complaints has increased by more than 50 percent in the past 15 years, and settlement amounts have more than doubled."Learn more: Religion in the Workplace: What Managers Should Know
When ideals clash on the job, it can be difficult to get past the grievances that arise as boundaries are pressed. Image by John Hain from Pixabay It's usually an easy decision (easier in the 80s than today): we don't make a point of discussing our religions and other serious beliefs while earning our paychecks.... Continue Reading →
Within the communique that officially ousted Spinoza, his congregational community of such devotion were instructed that "no one should