Bill Maher Video Address at Reason Rally 2016

            Our film crew joined me in what was billed as the largest gathering of atheists at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. where Bill Maher, political comedian, cultural icon of the 21st century, and television host of HBO’s “Real Time” that attracts an audience of over six million people, addressed the crowd. He recently used his talents for a documentary entitled “Religulous,” which grossed almost Continue reading “Bill Maher Video Address at Reason Rally 2016”

Jerry Johnston Reflects on Lawrence Krauss’ comments from Reason Rally June 2016

From the main stage of the Reason Rally at our nation’s capitol, I listened to the renowned physicist, advocate for science-based public policy, and author of A Universe from Nothing. Lawrence Krauss asked the crowd to Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Reflects on Lawrence Krauss’ comments from Reason Rally June 2016”

Jerry Johnston Interviews John Wilsey on The Affect of Entertainment on the Church

With a readily accessible stream of entertainment, it is no wonder that America,along with the church, is entertaining herself towards moribundity. Lethargic Christians have too easily been Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews John Wilsey on The Affect of Entertainment on the Church”

Jerry Johnston Interviews Justin Brierley on the Decline of Christianity in Britain

 

You may wonder about our interest in Britain’s shocking descent into secularism. Cristie Jo and I firmly believe American Christianity, that unless checked, is on the same downward slope Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews Justin Brierley on the Decline of Christianity in Britain”

Jerry Johnston Interviews Nick Spencer on Institutional Religion in Britain

 

On a recent trip to London, England, I had the privilege of speaking with Nick Spencer. Spencer is the Director of Research at the London-based think tank, Theos. As part of Theos, Spencer has been monitoring the religious Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews Nick Spencer on Institutional Religion in Britain”