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News Media Says Norway Killer Unfairly Called Christian

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[News Media]
The Fox News rapid-response team distinguishes violence in the name of a religion from the practitioners of that religion -- as long as it's Christianity. The Daily Show has their own unique take well worth watching...

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Sam Harris Answers Questions From The Internet

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[Pundits]
Sam Harris has a one-hour video where he answers questions submitted from users on the Internet. It's not your typical array of questions and Sam answers them skillfully... check it out

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The Meaning Of Life

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[Humor]
Ever wonder what the meaning of life might be, and the rationale our creator had in giving us existence? An amusing cartoon explores one possibility...

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Jesus Christ Is Tyler Durden?

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Youtube user Dusty Smith, also known as "CultOfDusty" has produced an insightful video where he explains why people who claim they do, in actuality, do not have a "Personal Relationship with Jesus." Can a logical argument be informative and hilarious at the same time? Check it out...

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Preacher Sells Debt Removal Through Prayer On TV

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[Television]
Peter Popoff has been preaching about God and money for decades.

His shows that he pays BET and other cable and TV channels to appear on are non-stop crusades about spirituality and overcoming addictions, but most of all, they're about helping people erase mountains of debt.

"I'm telling you that God teaches in His word that He wants to cancel, erase, wipe out, obliterate your debt," Popoff says in a video ad.

Popoff claims he has delivered miracles to hundreds of thousands of people supernaturally. Or does he?

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Christian Call-In Prayer Show Gets "Fresh-Princed"

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It seems these people have no sympathy for the poor people of Philly who have to rely on their aunts in Bell Aire. What kind of Christians are they?

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IL Congressman: The Bible Says There's No Global Warming

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If you thought that having an ex-Arabian horse trainer as head of FEMA was an unusual assignment under the Bush administration, take a look at Illinois Republican Congressman John Shimkus, member of the House Energy and Air Quality committee, who actually made a statement before Congress citing the "infallible word of God" in the old testament of the Bible that proves there is no such thing as global warming and only God will decide when the earth will end, before which we'll hear a trumpet call...

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Religion Commercial Banned From YouTube

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A humorous commercial parody is going around the net about "religion." Unfortunately, the folks on YouTube are too uppity to allow any funny commentary on their beliefs so we bring it to you here.

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Vatican Excommunicates Doctors, Mother Of Raped 9 Year Old

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A senior Vatican cleric has defended the excommunication of the mother and doctors of a nine-year-old girl who had an abortion in Brazil after being raped.

The nine year old girl was allegedly raped by her step-father, whom the church has stated will not be excommunicated.

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Christians Pray To Golden Bull For Better Economy

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Cindy Jacobs, a self-claimed "prophet" fond of appearing on cable tv religion channels, has declared October 29th "Day of Prayer for the World’s Economies" and is asking Christians all over the world to stop what they're doing and ask God to improve their IRA balance.

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