While Russia persists in its ambitions for world dominance, I wonder if Putin notices technology is inventing other realities. First, there was the worldwide net. Next came virtual reality. Now there is the metaverse. According to Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, the metaverse
An article appeared on Facebook recently that quoted a preacher who in 2019 sermonized that educating women was a sin. His sentiment reflects the values found in the New Testament, but the idea that women should be subservient to men probably goes back to the dawn of human existence.
Recently, U. S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced he plans to create a Religious Liberty Task Force intended to insert faith-based protections into the political agenda. In doing so, he misuses his public office. His is a bald-faced attempt to extend the reach of conservati
Barbara G. Walker, among her many talents, is a Biblical scholar, author of books like The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Man Made God. Her latest essay, “Deconstructing Religion and Power,” draws links between the origins of man and the rise of religion. (FFRF, Vo. 32, N
Karen King, a historian of early Christianity at Harvard Divinity School stirred up a hornet’s nest a few weeks ago when she announced she’d discovered a 2nd century papyrus which contained a reference to “Jesus’ wife.” The tiny fragment is barely legible and incomplete so K