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Can We Avoid Insulting Believers?

Skeptics face a quandary: When we declare that supernatural dogmas are false fairy tales, believers may feel bitterly insulted.

Why some women still vote Republican and what can be done about it

The Grand Old Party isn’t much of a party for women; it’s more like a frat party - a power-drunk letch-fest. The Grand Old Boys…

Four compelling reasons to fear population growth

What once appeared as an immense, unmeasurable expanse of land is now more clearly perceived as finite and increasingly limited.

Trump Tries To Defund Planned Parenthood’s Abortion Program

The Trump Administration is willing to break the law to pursue policies driven by ideology rather than what is best for women.

When it comes to contraception and abortion, the Catholic Church remains in the Middle Ages

Ignoring scientific discoveries, as it did in the Galileo trial, Church doctrine reaches erroneous moral conclusions.

People and Planet – Sir David Attenborough’s take on overpopulation

Every environmental and social problem on this finite planet becomes more difficult and ultimately impossible to solve with even more people.

Genetic editing is like playing God – and what’s wrong with that?

There’s no grand plan and no reason why nature shouldn’t, like the rest of us, occasionally make terrible mistakes.

“Victims should know that the Pope is on their side.” A most egregious lie!

On at least five occasions, Pope Francis was personally informed about sexual predators and did nothing to stop them.

Deniers and Critics of AI Will Only Be Left Behind

AI is potentially the Holy Grail of all inventions, and it will bear the seeds of our own morals, idiosyncrasies, and prejudices.

Christianity and Abortion: Scripture and Church Tradition

The arguments for the pro-life position are seriously deficient, while the opposing arguments are philosophically robust.

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