Unreasonable Faith

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About 'Unreasonable Faith' Channel

A reasonable blog on atheism, religion, science and skepticism

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Front Loading with Lee Strobel

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Front Loading with Lee Strobel, part 3

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The Culture of Divorce

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Good Questions and Bad Law

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Can’t You Fight For Equality More Politely?

[...] who now seem to think that maybe things have gone to far, and maybe the proponents of gay marriage should be, y’know, more civil. Once again, civility is the last refuge of the scoundrel. [...]

Deep in the heart of Texas

[...] Express-News: A federal judge in San Antonio on Wednesday declared Texas’ ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. The Lone Star state’s refusal to recognize out-of-state same-sex [...]

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