The secular festival Rock Beyond Belief will now come to fruition at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, March 31, 2012, after military authorities there reversed course and approved the event that will feature an array of music and speakers including
Another reason to get your tickets for this year’s Values Voter Summit: a fundraising letter from the American Family Association promises that its new "documentary" — Divorcing God: Secularism, Sexual Anarchy and the
The billboard featuring a cheerful student saying “I can be good without God,” which was removed from its original posting after the protests of a local church in Columbus, Ohio, was removed again this week after a business owner
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) and Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) appeared in a Coral Ridge Ministries documentary about the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, which they claim is covertly trying to weed faith out of public life. Coral Ridge Ministries is one of the
Americans United for Separation of Church and State today asked U.S. Army leaders to ensure that officials at Fort Bragg in North Carolina don’t sponsor events that give selective benefits to religious groups.