The U.S., according to our founding fathers and our supreme law of the land, is not a Christian nation.
Renowned biologist E. O. Wilson has said we should eliminate religions for the sake of human progress, as they are "dragging us down".
Stephen Fry is an unapologetic atheist, so if you're going to ask him a question about God then you better be prepared.
One person who is fed up with this kind of pseudoscientific contrived nonsense is Lawrence Krauss, a world-renown theoretical physicist.
It might seem paradoxical that so many Americans consider religious faith as a necessary component of American identity.
Rick Santorum disputes the existence of the separation of church and state in the U.S. Constitution, dismissing it as a Communist idea.
Cardinal Burke says parents should not allow their children to have contact with gay people who engage in ‘wrong, evil’ relationships.
That nonbelievers somehow deserve to be discriminated against is a view widely shared, particularly among Christian conservatives.
Historical researcher and author Michael Paulkovich claims that Jesus of Nazareth “never existed” and is a “mythical character”.
It’s difficult for young children to differentiate between fact and fiction after they have been exposed to religion.