The name of the web site is Religious Tolerance. Org. Here is their statement of beliefs.
OCRT Statement of Belief:We are a multi-faith group. As of mid-2011, we consist of one Atheist, Agnostic, Christian, Wiccan and Zen Buddhist. Thus, the OCRT staff lack agreement on almost all theological matters, such as belief in a supreme being, the nature of God, interpretation of the Bible and other holy texts, whether life after death exists, what form the afterlife may take, etc.
We do believe:
|In the inherent worth of every person. People are worthy of respect, support, and caring simply because they are human. Unfortunately, we have not reached a consensus on when human life, in the form of an ovum and spermatozoon, becomes a human person with civil rights including the right to live. On this matter, our lack of agreement on when personhood begins mirrors that of society at large.|
|In working towards a culture that is relatively free of discrimination on the basis of gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, physical disability, language, age, body shape, etc.|
|In the value of the human person. We oppose the use of torture and cruel or unusual punishment including the death penalty.|
|In the importance of democracy within religious, political, and other structures.|
|In the separation of religion and the state; and the freedoms of speech, association, and expression. 1|
|That freedom of speech is one of our most important rights. This includes the freedom to compare the beliefs of faith groups with each other, with the findings of science, and withinformation from other sources. It also includes the freedom to criticize faith and other groups when they harm others.|
|That the systems of truth that we have studied on the topics of morals, ethics, and religious belief are often considered absolute within various religions and secular belief systems. However, they are obviously relative because they vary greatly from one culture, religion, and time to another. 2|
|In the generally positive influence that most religions have had on their followers and on society. 3|
|In the importance of individual believers detecting evil influences and policies that currently exist within their chosen faith group, and strongly advocating for their correction. If change is impossible, we feel that they should consider withholding financial support or leaving the group. 4|
|In the importance of education. We believe that people are not truly educated unless they have studied the world's major religions and ethical systems. They need to learn of both the good and evil impacts that each has had on society throughout history. They need to be taught skills at analysis and "baloney detection." 5|
About accuracy in our essays:We will attempt to overcome our biases on each topic that we describe, by explaining each point of view carefully, respectfully and objectively. To this end, we have many of our essays reviewed by persons familiar with the issues who represent all sides of each topic. We encourage readers to Email us about any errors or lack of balace that they find. We do not regard any essay as fixed or complete.
We believe that our website is unique among religious websites in that it contains an errata page where we record errors that have been detected and corrected from among our 5.400 essays and menus (as of 2011-JUN).
About our use of the BCE/CE date notation:We abandoned use of the traditional AD/BC notation for identifying years. After a long debate, we made the decision to use the religiously neutral CE/BCE notation which we feel is less offensive to non-Christians.
They have some interesting reading and if you want to research religion, this seems to be a good place to start. It is full of references and I have been able to start here and find pretty much what I wanted.