Emma Dallat

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Do Scientists Pray? Einstein Answers a Little Girl’s Question about Science vs. Religion

Whether in their inadvertently brilliant reflections on gender politics or in their seemingly simple but profound questions about how the world works, kids have a singular way of stripping the most complex of cultural phenomena down to their bare essence, forcing us to reexamine our layers of …

Losing Our Religion: Is the Internet to Blame?

New research shows that more and more of us are not identifying with a religion. According to MIT, only 8% of the US population did not have a …

Catholic schools force students to study religion despite court order

Catholic schools in Ontario are requiring students to take religious courses despite a recent court decision that ruled they can't be forced to attend.<p>In multiple correspondences reviewed by The Globe and Mail, Catholic school board officials from across the province have denied requests from …

Amen, Hallelujah! Celebs Who Share Their Religion Over Social Media

Can I get an <i>Amen</i>? These stars understand the importance of faith and religion in their lives, and they definitely aren't afraid to share those beliefs with the world.<p>From <b>Adriana Lima</b> to <b>Shakira</b>, these stars share their religion on social media:

Andrew Keegan Of '10 Things I Hate About You' Fame Founded A Religion, Full Circle

Some teen heartthrobs grow up to become Oscar winners, sex tape stars or philanthropists. Others found religions. Andrew Keegan, who starred in 1999's "10 Things I Hate About You," falls into the latter camp and has started a "spiritual movement" called Full Circle in Venice Beach, Vice reported in …

Does Islamic State's Brutality Really Have Nothing to Do With Religion?

In his remarks on the brutal execution of James Foley in Iraq, President Obama claimed "no faith teaches people to massacre innocents. No just God would stand for what they did yesterday and what they do every single day." It's a common refrain, the usual condemnation of a brutal act by Islamists …

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