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  • adj. Alternative spelling of faith-based.


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  • I do not support "faithbased" programs that are more about propagating faith than helping people; they frighten me. News

  • Today in Washington DC a national coalition of more than 40 environmental, public health, labor, social justice, faithbased and other advocacy groups plans to engage in what is expected to be the largest mass mobilization on global warming in the history of the US.

    02 « March « 2009 « Stephen Rees’s blog

  • The inexorable growth of this science continues to widen, not to close, the tectonic gap between science and faithbased religion.

    Darwin "Replaced God?"

  • They will be distributed to churches, faithbased networks, clinics and grocery stores in the Latino community, according to Virginia Madueño, owner of Imagen, the company Merced College contracted to produce the program.

    Este libro cómico hace que desea atender a la universidad

  • Muslims should be provided with faithbased services - including male circumcision - on the NHS, says one healthcare expert.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Particularly the completely faithbased bit they seem to espouse.

    New Releases, 20 September 2005

  • The movement to end trafficking in persons continues to gain momentum, thanks to Presidential leadership, Congressional commitment, and support from innumerable faithbased, community, human rights, and women's groups, as well as from individual citizens.

    The Human Trafficking Nightmare Of Vietnam's Women

  • Our mission, it seems to me, is to make sure that neoconservatism, warmongering, fearmongerging, faithbased whatever and lots of other memes are wrapped around that same image.

    Firedoglake » GOP Corruption: It’s the New Blow Job

  • Falsificability gives trust to theories and efficiently kills faithbased reasoning; I know hands on of examples.

    Theories, laws, facts

  • I also think the ‘god of the gaps’ argument shows that one must acknowledge missing knowledge and less trustful ad hocs, else one open up a backdoor for faithbased reasoning anyway.

    Theories, laws, facts


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