Dear Science and Religion: We Need to Talk Clergy Letter Project seeks to foster compatibility

In July of 1925, The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes was argued in the small town of Dayton, Tennessee. Better known as the Scopes Monkey trial, the state sued substitute teacher John T.... Read More

A Virtuous Woman is Not Silent

#MeToo Finds Preacher Who Sanctioned Abuse and Demonized Divorce Ok, ladies, ready to be submissive to your man in every way you can? Ready to pray the domestic violence away? Yeah, me neither. Paige Patterson... Read More

Parody Marriage Bill is a Joke

Last year, Chris Sevier tried to sue state officials in Mississippi and several other states to force them to recognize his marriage to a computer, apparently in a deeply misguided attempt to criticize marriage equality.... Read More

Phoning It In for the Family? Researchers suggest it may better to make a slow and subtle break from the religion of your parents

A study published in the June edition of the Journal of Family Issues looked at the effect a child’s break from his or her parents’ religion can have on multigenerational relationships within the family. Syracuse... Read More