Here’s the intro to the videos:

It was a rough week for fundamentalist Christianity. Backlash against the Pope’s wildly unsubstantiated claims that condoms increase AIDS in Africa led Tony Blair to suggest the pontiff might also need to “rethink” his position on gays. Speaking from Ankara, President Obama said of the United States, “We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation or a Jewish nation or a Muslim nation.” The Supreme Court of Iowa overturned a ban on gay marriage. A series of Gallup polls revealed people in countries with a higher percentage of religious people were more likely to have a low tolerance for minorities. The cover of Newsweek announced, in text hammered into the shape of a cross, “The Decline and Fall of Christian America.” And, if all that was not enough, the religious right from coast to coast recoiled when Joel and Victoria Osteen went on Larry King and said Barack Obama was “doing a great job.” Is the United States entering a “post-Christian” phase? Are atheists the new evangelicals? Big Think invites you to debate today’s leading experts on religion and atheism and send us your ideas on where religion is headed–in the United States and around the world.

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(HT: Drew Matter)