October 13, 2022

Christian nationalism expert Katherine Stewart on FFRF TV show Sunday  apal@ffrf.org (Amit Pal) News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation The guest on the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s “Freethought Matters” TV show this Sunday has made a name for herself with her coverage and analysis of Christian nationalism.  Katherine Stewart is a journalist and author whose books include The Good …

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Finding Strength in Differences: Inclusive Humanist Community Peter Bjork TheHumanist.com

When humanists think of the many differences between humanism and the sort of Christianity many of us are familiar with, what are the biggest differences that come to mind? Every humanist may answer that differently, but for what it’s worth I think the biggest difference is inclusivity. Christianity, at least when textually grounded in the …

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What Would a Humanist Do? Why Voting Matters Peter Bjork TheHumanist.com

Today we bring you our latest installment of “What Would a Humanist Do?”—offering multiple AHA staff opinions on reader questions. Because while humanists are committed to being good without a god, sometimes we need a little advice on how to pull it off. Q: I’m nineteen and this will be the first election that I’ll …

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FFRF bestows activist award on Harvard columnist fighting Christian nationalism apal@ffrf.org (Amit Pal) News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation The Freedom From Religion Foundation is proud to announce the conferral of a scholarship to a freethinking Harvard student dedicating a biweekly column in The Harvard Crimson to the “existential threat” of Christian nationalism. Aidan Scully is the recipient of the …

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LGBT Palestinian Beheaded After Escaping West Bank P-admin Atheist Republic

Read More Atheist Republic Twenty-five-year-old Ahmad Hacham Hamdi Abu Marakhia left for work on October 5 and never returned home. Instead, his beheaded and dismembered body was seen in horrific videos circulating in Palestinian territories and Jordan. Yesterday, Ahmad Abu Murkhiyeh, a Palestinian man, was brutally murdered by Palestinians for being gay. As an LGBTQ+ …

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Hindu Hate-Preacher Booked for Saying Islamic Schools Should Be "Blown Up" P-admin Atheist Republic

Read More Atheist Republic On September 18, the Aligarh police in Uttar Pradesh, India, booked fifty-eight-year-old Yati Nasinghanard for calling for the demolition of a Muslim university as well as local madrassas. This Dasna Devi Temple priest is well known for his controversial statements. He has openly called for hate against Muslims in the past, …

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"Dishonest Decision;" Court Rules Texas Courtroom May Open with Prayers P-admin Atheist Republic

Read More Atheist Republic On September 29, an appeals court in the state of Louisiana decided to allow a judge to lead prayer in his public courtroom, overturning last year’s verdict from a district court in Texas. FLI Insider: “We recently received news of a victory for our client, Judge Wayne Mack. The U.S. Court …

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