The following is the text of an email I just sent out. If you're interested in secular government - even if you don't live in West Virginia - you might be interested:
You may be aware that the Secular Coalition for America is working to set up a chapter in each state. Their stated purpose is to "bring together secular Americans in each state to influence government officials, legislation, and regulations." Having already succeeded…
Added by Jeff Samuelson on October 19, 2012 at 10:47pm —
Just moved to West Virginia. Among the standard frustrations of moving, I chose the occasion to read the local paper (thankfully online), and ran across this gem in the Letters to the Editor section: Jesus is the reason for a Christmas celebration.
Having a strong desire to make friends in my new neighborhood, I thought… Continue
Added by Jeff Samuelson on December 3, 2011 at 8:30pm —
Google Plus (Google+) stirred up a controversy by deleting, wholesale, accounts created under pseudonyms instead of under real names. Google+ acknowledged their mistakes and is now formulating an official policy for naming conventions on their new social network. Continue
There are legitimate reasons that users might need to use pseudonyms. The most obvious and crucial one is anonymity for political dissidents and social activists. Without that anonymity, activism can be too dangerous to…
Added by Atheist Exile on August 4, 2011 at 2:44am —
You have translate button at the bottom-right if you're interasted
*the title means: I'm not a believer
What it's all about?
Every ten years there is a census which ask a lot of questions including what religion are you. In 2001. census there were, supposedly, 88% chatolics in Croatia.… Continue
Added by Gregor Basić on March 22, 2011 at 8:10pm —
Its been awhile since i blogged here but i had some thoughts on my head.
I think that religion (animism, poly, then monotheism) is so embedded in human history that its purpose was to articulate the chaos that makes up the natural world and also explains the suffering and frustration afflicted by human inhabitants. In other words, religion provided a method for the worlds madness.
Now here's my question do you think that if we had world peace,… Continue
Added by Bluradio on January 4, 2011 at 9:59pm —
One of the things I learned from my Christian indoctination, ironically, was pacifism.
Peace on Earth
Good Will to Men
I was not a fundamentalist. Therefore I was not taught about the apocalypse, the war that would bring the second coming, etc. My family is part of the "Reformed" Presbyterian faith. In other words, my old church took less focus on evangelism and "being a christian soldier" than on the life of Jesus, the example he set,… Continue
Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on December 4, 2010 at 1:16pm —
if anybody goes to FAU there's a club called owl freethought society.
if you're an atheist, agnostic, skeptic or whatever you can join.
look them up on facebook: owl freethought society
Added by Bluradio on October 16, 2010 at 11:36pm —
The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard invites all local non-theist and Humanist individuals and organizations to celebrate the UnitedCOR's Boston campaign launch.
On Nov. 2 HCH will honor the UnitedCoR for their historic 25-city coalition-building campaign, by making them the 2009 "Harvard Humanists of the Year". UnitedCoR director Fred Edwords and colleagues will deliver our 17th annual Alexander Lincoln Memorial Lecture, and talk about the responses they are receiving to the "Good… Continue
Added by Dave on November 2, 2009 at 9:03am —
For those of you who may not know, I'm acting as co-director for Camp Quest Texas 2010. We've roughly figured out how much we think we'll need to raise to run Camp Quest Texas...quite a bit; I'll post the official goal once we have it ironed out. So, we are in need of fund raising ideas that will bring in money; bake sales are okay but we need something bigger. Do you know of any companies which might want to sponsor Camp Quest Texas? We are also throwing around the idea of trying to get one of… Continue
Added by Whitney on September 22, 2009 at 9:22am —
I'm behind in updating my thoughts on the visit to the Creation "Museum" from Friday, but I want to get a specific experience down in a blog post. I was fortunate enough to engage two Christians in conversation, one a decided creationist and the other an on-the-fence Christian unsure of what to believe about evolution. This conversation is described briefly at the end of the Devin Powell article on Inside Science
which was… Continue
Added by Dave Nichols on August 11, 2009 at 1:48pm —
Congressional representatives don't have enough on their hands and haven't learned from the fall. H.RES. 397 seeks to declare the history of the US Christian. Time to crank up the machine and get the word out. Email your rep as well.
Added by Gaytor on May 6, 2009 at 1:30am —
Hey gang, here are some highlights from my column at Examiner.com
over the past week!
* I insist that it's okay to be judgmental
about things really are bad
* I worry over… Continue
Added by Paul Fidalgo on March 7, 2009 at 8:48pm —
Here's my latest at Examiner.com
, under my new title, "DC Secularism Examiner." It's a brief history of what brought me to writing about atheist activism.
As I put my career in professional theatre temporarily aside (populated by a generally liberal and socially tolerant demographic) and toward politics, I came to realize that while my own… Continue
Added by Paul Fidalgo on February 27, 2009 at 3:56pm —