Monthly Archives: March 2021
For the first time ever, fewer than half of all Americans claim church membership. The proportion of Americans who consider themselves members of a church, synagogue or mosque has dropped below 50 percent, according to a poll from Gallup released … Continue reading
One of the most common, and sometimes grievously costly, logic errors goes by the latin name post hoc ergo propter hoc — after this, therefore because of this. Continue reading
I can no longer even imagine the possibility of ever again feeling safe in a faith community. I've seen too much. So I sit in empty cathedrals, sometimes when an organist is practicing. For me, empty cathedrals are safe places. … Continue reading
I marvel, sometimes, at the obliviousness of the devout. This year has been an insane year for many but out in Utah, arguably one of the most unregenerate states in our union, a new program has emerged with the goal … Continue reading
Eight people were stabbed at a Detroit hookah lounge early this morning. https://t.co/sar72fUApD — Motor City Muckraker (@MCmuckraker) March 22, 2021 One more proof that smoking is bad for you, I guess.