Where can Science and Religion conflict?

It’s Only Natural with John Shook
March 09, 2010

The "intelligent" design of religion could help avoid conflict with science

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Why Democratic Discourse?

Democratic Discourse with Michael De Dora
March 09, 2010

There are problems with how most Americans view the relationship between politics, morality, religion, and belief.

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Psychics: Be a Hero, Save Lives, and Earn $2 Million!

A Skeptic Reads the Newspaper with Ben Radford
March 08, 2010

$2 million and hero status awaits any psychics who can solve Toyota's problems

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Scientology Defectors Say Church Hides Abuse

Reasonable Doubt with Derek C. Araujo
March 07, 2010

Defectors from the Church of Scientology say they suffered beatings and other abuse.

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Nun “Cured” by Pope John Paul II Falls Ill Again

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Reasonable Doubt with Derek C. Araujo
March 05, 2010

A nun who claims the late pope cured her of Parkinson's has fallen ill again.

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Challenging Devil’s Hole

Investigative Briefs with Joe Nickell
March 05, 2010

Writer and wife brave the “curse” of a rugged Niagara Falls.

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Why is there a Universe, and how did it come from Nothing?

It’s Only Natural with John Shook
March 05, 2010

Alan Guth and Lawrence Krauss explain the universe's origin from nothing and dispel religious arguments along the way

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No National Day of Prayer? An Impartial Texas School Board? Yes, It Is Possible

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
March 04, 2010

Two recent developments provide some hope to supporters of church-state separation

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Our Country’s Future Depends on Educated Citizens

Freethought from the Heartland with Reba Boyd Wooden
March 03, 2010

Suggestions for the Grad Nation campaign.

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Will young adults gravitate more towards Humanism?

It’s Only Natural with John Shook
March 02, 2010

Young adults are more pluralistic and secular, a new Pew study finds

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