Heretic on the Hill: Religious Privilege is not Religious Freedom

Viruses mutate for a living. They just keep producing new variants. So far we’ve had the original COVID (classic COVID?), the Delta Variant, and the Omicron Variant. Hospitals are overloaded again and there may be another serious variant sometime soon. The theory is that the problem goes away when enough people have had COVID and …

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Heretic on the Hill: National Religious Freedom Day 2022

Sunday is National Religious Freedom Day. There’s a presidential statement as there has been annually since 1993, but officially it’s not really different from “National Cheeseburger Day” (September 18), just with more history and lately more controversy. January 16th was the day in 1786 that the Virginia General Assembly passed the Virginia Statute for Religious …

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Heretic on the Hill: Post-Dinner Musings & Advocacy Updates

Following my Thanksgiving meal, I began musing how the the Pilgrims, who were undoubtedly Christian and sacrificed a great deal in the name of their Christian beliefs, resembled many modern American atheists in interesting ways: • When they worshipped in secret in northern England the Pilgrims followed their conscience in the face of societal opposition …

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