Denver’s secularists wanting freedom from religion have taken over one corner in the public square to make the point.
They’ve emblazoned a billboard six blocks from the state Capitol with the message, inscribed over faux stained glass, “Imagine No Religion.”
The billboard looks like a stained glass window with the message “Beware of Dogma” and the group’s name and Web site.
John Humphrys explains why it was anger that drove his quest to understand religion.
John Humphrys went looking for God and ended up an angry agnostic — unable to believe but enraged by the arrogance of militant atheists. It’s hard to see the purpose of the world, he says, but don’t blame its evils on religion.
In the Bestseller ‘Misquoting Jesus,’ Agnostic Author Bart Ehrman Picks Apart the Gospels That Made a Disbeliever Out of Him CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Where does faith reside? In the soul? The mind, the marrow of the bones? In the long hours of the night, the voices of the evangelical preachers on the AM dial seem to know. Believe, they say. Then daylight comes and the listeners’ questions fade. Bart Ehrman is a sermon, a parable, but of what? He’s a best-selling author, a New Testament expert and perhaps a cautionary tale: the fundamentalist scholar who peered so hard into