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News Items: 2017/09/22


Myanmar protesters try to block aid shipment to Muslim Rohingya
Buddhist protesters in Myanmar threw petrol bombs to try to block an aid shipment to Muslims in Rakhine State, where the United Nations has accused the country’s military of ethnic cleansing

Author Maria Polonchek’s reading in Lawrence to focus on parenting as an atheist
Maria Polonchek did not have an answer when her young son asked her, “Is God everywhere?” ... As an atheist, Polonchek was not sure where to find help answering these types of questions. She searched for resources on secular parenting only to find that few books described what she was experiencing. So she wrote one.

Brigham Young University ends Mormon ban on caffeinated soda
Brigham Young University, the largest Mormon college in the US, has decided to begin selling caffeinated sodas. The surprise announcement marks a major cultural shift for the church-owned university which has been designated "caffeine-free" since the 1950s.

Christian numerologist predicts end of the world for Saturday
If you believe a biblical prophecy from Christian numerologist David Meade, then you only have a couple of days left on this earth.

Topeka prisoner files lawsuit objecting to inundation by Christian propaganda
A Topeka Correctional Facility inmate, who is a plaintiff in a federal religious-freedom lawsuit, complained of the prison’s 8-foot wooden cross, Christian-themed radio and television broadcasts, and housing units saturated with proselytizing messages.
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