The "morality" of religion has a strong tendency to negatively impact the lives of atheists.
In earth's human population there may be more people lacking belief in God or gods than American evangelical Christians are comfortable with.
"Who are the true Christians?" is a question as old as Christianity.
There is much information online re how St. Paul, aka the Apostle Paul, started his churches.
The Roman Catholic Church was not only the only church in Europe in the Middle Ages; it was the only authority.
The Bible Story of Creation hardly fits into the evolution narrative.
Studying another culture than one's own is a multifaceted project best achieved with a goal in mind.
Adhering to basic human decency outlined in Ten Commandments does not make you a Christian.
There is probably no single list of all the books that didn't make it into the Bible, but a Google Search brings up many Ancient Texts of both the Old and New Testament eras.
"Amish" seems to be a sort of catch-phrase for sects whose women wear long dresses and head coverings. That being the case, there is no simple answer to this question.