Category Archives: The god problem

The god problem and judges’ decisions

Try this one on. From Harper’s Weekly Review: A judge that instructed a jury to keep deliberating after finding a sex trafficker guilty because God had told him that she was innocent has been disciplined.  

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The god problem in America: politics

From Harper’s Weekly Review: A church in Springdale, Arkansas, denied that their sign, which read HEAVEN HAS STRICT IMMIGRATION LAWS, HELL HAS OPEN BORDERS, was political. A church in Springdale, Arkansas needs to lose its tax exemption.

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There is no god. But…

Just got this from John Ross’s summary of federal court decisions, which appears sort of weekly on the Volokh Report: Suppose a La Plata, Md. public school teacher compelled a Christian student to write part of the Shahada: “There is … Continue reading

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