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ABC Continues to Hype Book With ‘Astonishing’ Claim That Jesus Married and Had Children

On Wednesday night, ABC News continued to promote a new book with the “astonishing” claim that Jesus Christ married Mary Magdalene and had two children together with a flattering one-and-a-half ...
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Bill Maher Schools PBS Host Charlie Rose Over Islam's 'Illiberal Beliefs'

HBO's Bill Maher clashed with Charlie Rose on the veteran host's PBS show on Tuesday over the atheist's outspoken views on Islam. Maher underlined the "illiberal beliefs that are held by vast ...
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CNN's Lemon Uses Bill Maher Tweet to Revisit 'Islam is a Violent Religion' Debate

Don Lemon returned to the question of whether Islam is an inherently violent religion on Monday's CNN Tonight, as he interviewed Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison and author Reza Aslan. Lemon turned ...
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WashPost Columnist: Christians Spew the Most ‘Hateful Internet Speech’

Sally Quinn links white supremacy site to religious people. 
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Surprise: Media Mock New Film ‘Persecuted’ About Big Government and Religious Freedom

  Movie explores a possible government assault on faith.  
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Just Before Canonization, NBC Hypes John Paul II Critic Saying Many Felt 'Stomped On' During His Papacy

The Friday before the Catholic church would celebrate the canonization of two popes, NBC's Today hyped the "controversy" of the jubilant fans of Blessed John Paul II "drowning out dissent" ...
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Brandeis Bows to Islamic Censorship

The Muslim students and their “allies” didn’t want to hear anything Ayaan Hirsi Ali had to say about honor killings or female gender mutilation.
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Showtime’s New Climate Documentary Barely Looks at Science

‘Years of Living Dangerously’ has no discussion of scientific data on climate 95 percent of the time.
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Starnes Book: Religious Society under ‘Attack from Within’

In ‘God Less,’ Fox reporter talks God in – and out of – America.
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‘Cosmos’ Features Cartoonish Churchmen as Cartoon Villains

This inquisition is entirely expectable.
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