Residents of a Washington, D.C. bedroom community say a banner placed next to a Nativity scene calling religion a "myth" is extremely disrespectful, Abby Huntsman reported.
A group called the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) says Air Force Academy football players must stop praying on the field.
A Bible app creator is making a ton of money from app sales, but he doesn't believe in what he writes?
An atheist group called American Atheists is using a fake "Dear Santa" letter in a billboard campaign in several Southern states, urging people to skip church this Christmas and stop listening to "fairy tales."
The Pledge of Allegiance is once again under attack. An atheist group in New Jersey called the American Humanist Association is suing to get the words "under God" removed from the pledge in the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District. One high school senior, however, is defending her right to recite the pledge in its full form, and she's standing up in court.
Holly Ordway was once an atheist professor who believed that Christians weren't very smart. Now, having found her faith, Ordway defends Christianity as Director of the Apologetics Program at Houston Baptist University.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in this morning on Fox and Friends, saying he is surprised that the Department of Defense is said to be considering adding a chaplain for atheist service members.
The Air Force Academy is defending its promotion of an atheist event just a week after a Christian cadet was pressured into removing a Bible verse from his personal white board because it allegedly offended non-Christian cadets.
An Atheist group has filed an appeal to ensure that a cross-shaped beam will not become part of the Ground Zero museum.
Iowa State University will remove bibles from its hotel rooms, effective March 1, after the Freedom From Religion Foundation claimed that the bibles were “unwelcome religious propaganda.”
According to a survey conducted by Pew Research Center, only 2.4 percent of Americans consider themselves atheists, but 14 percent classify themselves as not being affiliated with any religion. Charles Krauthammer weighed in on the significance of this study.