Atheists of the fluffy, conciliatory variety will be delighted to hear that Richard Dawkins, scourge of Twitter and bane of believers, has discovered the joys of live-and-let-live. He might, at any moment, threaten to teach the world to sing.
What could have occasioned this epiphany? Perhaps he’s concluded that calling billions of parents the world over [...]
The last week has seen Korea dominate the global spotlight on the internet. Zany South Korean pop video Gangnam Style became the most liked and watched video on YouTube, and days later North Korea held a mass rally to celebrate the launch of their first satellite. Yet despite the online attention that has surrounded the two divided nations, the most intriguing Korean export of the year has gone largely unnoticed.
Atheists must learn that religion has a great deal to teach us, while religious leaders must reform Religion to better connect with and inform people of their faiths’ inner meanings, argues Omar Shaheed.
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