Etre athée aujourd'hui (5/5) : Aux Etats-Unis, la religion reste un gage de moralité

Members of various religious pro-life groups protest in front of Federal Hall in New York on Friday, March 23, 2012 against the implementation of President Barack Obama's healthcare mandate requiring most employers to provide healthcare coverage for contraception and sterilization as part of the federal healthcare overhaul. The U.S. Supreme Court has expressed no view on the Obamacare mandate requiring contraceptives coverage. (© Richard B. Levine) Reporters / Photoshot
Members of various religious pro-life groups protest in front of Federal Hall in New York on Friday, March 23, 2012 against the implementation of President Barack Obama's healthcare mandate requiring most employers to provide healthcare coverage for contraception and sterilization as part of the federal healthcare overhaul. The U.S. Supreme Court has expressed no view on the Obamacare mandate requiring contraceptives coverage. (© Richard B. Levine) Reporters / Photoshot ©Reporters / Photoshot
Maria Udrescu
Cette semaine , "La Libre" se penche sur la façon dont l’athéisme est vécu aux quatre coins de la planète, là où il est passible de la peine de mort, là où il est ostracisé,...

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