Monthly Archives: November 2017

The TWU hearing is

by | November 29, 2017

Starting tomorrow at 9:30 AM (Ottawa time), the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in two cases jointly that are of enormous importance to secularism and humanism in Canada.

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Losing Our Religion Documentary Film 

by | November 27, 2017

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  Members of The Clergy Project were featured in the documentary film called Losing Our Religion. It was shown October 13th and 14th at the Carlton Theatre in downtown Toronto. The documentary was made by Leslea Mair and Leif Kaldor, who come from Zoot Pictures. Other prominent individuals in the film are Katherine… Read more »

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This Week in Religion 2017-11-26

by | November 26, 2017

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen   “Most Canadians respect religion, believe it is relevant and think it benefits society, according to a new Angus Reid Institute poll. But despite those positive findings, religious freedom expert Andrew Bennett is worried about Canada’s acceptance of religion and religious diversity. “My fear is that increasingly the public square is becoming… Read more »

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Interview with Monica Miller – Senior Counsel, AHA Appignani Humanist Legal Center

by | November 26, 2017

  Monica Miller is Senior Counsel for the American Humanist Association in the Appignani Humanist Legal Center. Here we have a chat, enjoy. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was family background – geography, culture, language, religion/irreligion, and education? Monica Miller: I grew up in a non-religious household in Northern California. My mom… Read more »

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Looking to the future with Behind Crimson Eyes

by | November 24, 2017

Behind Crimson Eyes is an Australian post-hardcore band that exploded onto the scene in 2004 and found considerable success early with a couple of very well received EPs, radio exposure, and a top 50 ARIA album.

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