Monthly Archives: September 2017

Ugandan Kasese Humanist Schools’ Bwambale Robert on His Locale and Work

by | September 30, 2017

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Can you describe the local context? What is it like where you live? Also, to fill in some more blanks, what are some misconceptions about where you live? Bwambale Robert: Irreligiosity, where I live, is not much as religions take a large threshold in the community. I can estimate that the percentage… Read more »

Chat with British Christian Suzie Mason, Ph.D. Candidate, on Christianity and Atheism

by | September 30, 2017

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What convinced you of the Gospel? Suzie Mason: ‘Convinced me of the gospel’ is not a phrase that sits well in my brain. It sounds far too certain to have anything to do with faith. You wouldn’t find too many British Christians using that phrase. I’ve chosen to be a Christian because… Read more »

The Calgary Pride Parade with Christine M. Shellska

by | September 30, 2017

Christine Shellska is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Communication, Media and Film, Faculty of Arts, at the University of Calgary, Canada. Her research involves studying the rhetorical strategies employed by the Intelligent Design Creationism movement, and her areas of focus include history, philosophy and sociology of science, and rhetoric. Among other involvement in… Read more »

Weekly Update: to

by | September 30, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 23-Sep-2017 to 29-Sep-2017.

Irreligiosity in Greek Culture, Angelos Sofocleous

by | September 29, 2017

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What are the demographics for humanism in Greece? Because most of the population is Greek Orthodox. Angelos Sofocleous: According to the latest Pew report, 90% of the Greek population identifies themselves as a member of the Greek Orthodox Church. It has to be stressed, however, that many people identify as a member… Read more »