~Correction/Update: Although Neuqua Valley High School still lists Hemant Mehta on its Math Department faculty webpage, he no longer works there. Linked screenshot below* was taken today, Dec. 19, 2014.~
A new Chicago-area billboard campaign from the aggressively offensive Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) exposes again this organization’s hostility to and childish misunderstanding of Christian faith.
The FFRF has announced that eleven billboards are going up with these special holiday messages:
- “Kindness comes from altruism, not from seeking divine reward.”
- “We are here to challenge you to think for yourself.”
- “I believe in reason and logic!”
- “Equality for all shouldn’t
Posted in Faith
Tagged Alex Pruss, Alvin Plantinga, Bertrand Russell, C.S. Lewis, D.A. Carson, Daniel Dennett, David Bentley Hart, Freedom From Religion Foundation, Friendly Atheist, G.K. Chesterton, Hadley Arkes, Hemant Mehta, John Calvin, John Finnis, John Rawls, Jonathan Edwards, Karl Barth, Martin Luther, N.T. Wright, Pope Benedict XVI, Richard Dawkins, Richard Rorty, Robert George, William Lane Craig
Let's hope that audience members at the Dan Savage speaking engagement this coming Sunday, April 29, 2012 at Elmhurst College demonstrate the good sense and courage that several high school students recently demonstrated.
Dan Savage, the vulgar, vitriol-spewing, homosexual sex columnist was for some bizarre reason invited to be the Friday keynote speaker at a national convention for high school journalism students held in Seattle, Washington last week.
Posted in Education
Tagged Angels in America, Anthony Esolen, Dan Savage, Elie Weisel, Elmhurst College, Hadley Arkes, It Gets Better, Jim Mccrossen, Martin Luther King Jr., Robert George, Rush Limbaugh, Tony Kushner, Tony Perkins