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[Blogs] What Belongs in the Religion Section of the Newspaper?

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What Belongs in the Religion Section of the Newspaper? Most newspapers have some sort of "religion" or "faith and values" section where religious matters are discussed, church events announced, and similar subjects appear. Given how contentious religious can be... http://atheism.about.../b/a/258770.htm



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Ha, ha!

Freedom of the press works both ways, and so does freedom of religion.

What would those conservative Christians prefer?  A big full-page picture of Jesus with the caption "Suck My Balls!"?  I'll bet that'd make them happy. :snork_lach:



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I don't expect our local Desert Repugnican newspaper to be publishing any write ups on Palm Springs atheists any time soon.  Yet another reason I'm glad I switched to the ultralibrul LA Times. Well, slightly liberal.  OK, less Repugnican.

Still, this was good reading, very encouraging that newspapers are even looking at this :-)

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The religion section of the newspaper has always made the best cat box liner, bird cage floor and puppy pee pee training aid. Those and fish wrapper are the only uses I have found for it.

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