(RNS) — Queer activist and atheist Camille Beredjick calls for an alliance based on mutual goals of equality and acceptance.
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(RNS) — It is already illegal to 'defame' religion, but a new law would make it a crime to have no belief in God.
(RNS) — A Texas mall proudly erects a massive Ten Commandments monument and attracts none of the controversy that has swirled around similar displays on public land.
(RNS) — On the eve of Constitution Day, a survey shows many Americans know very little about the document and who it protects.
MUMBAI (RNS) As political Hinduism has strengthened in recent years, liberals have decried increasing intolerance and the shrinking space for dissent.
The proposition that the ungodly are not up to the demands of virtuous citizenship has been an abiding concern, a commonplace of American political discourse from the founding of the republic.
(RNS) The freshly signed Frank R. Wolf International Religious Freedom Act is being heralded by both atheists and Christians as a milestone.
(RNS) Atheists are in a pickle -- should they vote for the seemingly irreligious Donald Trump or lifelong Methodist Hillary Clinton? Many are taking to the internet and social media to fight it out.
(RNS) In a gloomy forecast for organized religion, only seven percent of the 'nones' say they are looking for a religion.
(RNS) I’ve learned that hiding one’s true beliefs from friends and family contributes to an atmosphere of silence and stigma, which prevents atheists, agnostics and so-called nones from establishing a support system.
(RNS) The nonreligious are the future of the country, and we could contribute to a rapidly expanding Democratic base … if only Democrats were willing to include us in their conversations the same way Republicans court evangelicals.
(RNS) Pensacola officials say they could opt for a moment of silence instead of the usual prayers by local clergy.
(RNS) Separate targeted attacks on Hindus, Christians, Buddhists and atheists have left the country reeling.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Many returned to the National Mall four years after the first Reason Rally for what was billed as a “voter bloc party.”
(RNS) A glass-half-full assessment of the secular movement shows a level of progress and momentum that promises to make it harder for politicians to disregard, writes Tom Krattenmaker.