Posts: 101
Tags: discrimination Atheist Republic racism alt-right International Humanist and Ethical Youth Organisation Freedom of Thought Report International Humanist and Ethical Union Nigeria Leo Igwe Atheist Society of Nigeria Humanist Assembly of Lagos Armin Navabi malaysia Humanist Voices creationism evolution humanism Emily Newman American Ethical Union Ethical Culture Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science Stephanie Guttormson Bob Churchill inequality economics Brazil Ghana Humanist Association of Ghana Roslyn Mould Anya Overmann James Croft The Ethical Society of St. Louis Asia Wade Kaardal atheism skepticism Center for Inquiry Canada poverty Scott Douglas Jacobsen United States feminism Donald Trump misogyny Marieke Prien Eastern Orthodox Church Romeo de Bellefroid Russian Orthodox Church British Columbia Zachary R.W. Johnson witchcraft George Thindwa malawi Uganda Kasese Humanist Primary School Robert Bwambale Laurence A. Moran islam LGBT persecution Québec Russia secularism veil ban Rohingya 2017 New Democratic Party leadership election Jagmeet Singh Ahmadiyya Robert Magara Violine Namyalo Ireland religion Twitter Kareem Muhssin Wahhabi barbarity women Alliance of Former Muslims (Ireland) islamophobia prayer physician-assisted dying antisemitism hate crimes movies Texas Pakistan Takudzwa Mazwienduna Zimbabwe Helen Ukpabio Liberty Gospel Church Sarah Mills Cameroon abortion intolerance same-sex marriage Saudi Arabia Netherlands Myanmar South Africa schools marriage scotland England Geert Wilders Terry Murray Church of England Gary McLelland Northwest Territories Yukon Tina Block Isaiah Akorita NASA physics whiskey sleep Disney Parks education Uzbekistan United Kingdom blasphemy science Hinduism Australia Sean Caroll Lebanon United Arab Emirates Paul Kurtz Pew Research Center survey substance abuse Andrew Scheer addiction Alberta Jen Takahashi conversion therapy Lethbridge Public Interest Research Group Calistus Igwilo secular addiction recovery Alcoholics Anonymous gay-straight alliances Jason Kenney David Eggen Freedom of Thought Report 2016 petition Secular Connexion Séculaire Doug Thomas E-Petition 1264 Nsajigwa Tanzania Jicho Jipya/Think Anew Tanzania Greece Angelos Sofocleous Christianity calgary The Legion of Reason Christine Shellska Bwambale Robert Avery Sapoznikow ayahuasca Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy Dying With Dignity Canada Cheri Frazer Daniel Dennet Azim Shariff Edward Slingerland edX MOOC cognitive science freedom of religion blasphemy laws India Ian Bushfield British Columbia Humanist Association University of Alberta consent Angel Sumka sex Jichojipya terrorism Daesh refugees RCMP radicalization M-103 Naheed Nenshi Richard Dawkins Mohammed Charlie Khadra Chiedozie Ukwakwe Moninuola Komolafe Bayo Opadeyi Jehovah's Witnesses Justin Trudeau rape child abuse lawsuit Québec Bill 62 Philippe Couillard B’nai Brith Canada Diwali Syria harassment Winnipeg Pope John Paul ⅠⅠ Bollywood capital punishment art space research dinosaurs artificial intelligence cancer death Terry Sanderson Catholicism transgender separate schools Civil Rights in Public Education OneSystemSask One Public Education Now One Public School System for Ontario One School System Criminal Code Indi Brad Wall Saskatchewan Syed Soharwardy China Bahá’í History Renton Patterson Jon King Rome Bethea The Way of the Future Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia violence alternative medicine climate change denial astrology Julie Payette Governor General Judaism Atheist Freethinkers culture media future David King Catholic moratorium secular humanism Sophie Shulman CFI Victoria Gretta Vosper West Hill United Church funding schooling Janet French edudcation

Janet French on the Catholic Education System

Image Credit: PxHere. Janet French is a Reporter for the Edmonton Journal. Here we talk about Catholic education and the sex ed curriculum. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did they currently come to the controversy in sex ed? What is some of the history of it? Janet French: It … Continue reading

Practice What You Preach: ‘The Global Gag’ as Moral Reflection

Of the perennial ethical precepts in the world, the Golden Rule stands ‘head and shoulders’ above the others in terms of durability and consistency across time and culture, respectively. Religious institutions, formal or informal, preach the ethic. Secular ethical frameworks advocate for it, too. Right into the present, it is presented as an ideal. … Continue reading

Conversation with Reva Landau – Co-Founder, Open Public Education Now

Image Credit: PxHere. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Based on research, $1.25 to $1.6 billion could be saved if we have a single public school system based on two languages. But we continue to have a separate Catholic school system. It is expensive to have a religious separate … Continue reading

Indefinite Delay in Ecclesiastical Court Hearing for Minister Gretta Vosper

Image Credit: PxHere. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Minister Gretta Vosper is in the news, once more, circa November 14, as the ongoing review of suitability for the position in the United Church of Canada has been delayed, indefinitely (Perkel, 2017). It has been postponed, without a reason or a specified date to … Continue reading

Conversation with Sophie Shulman, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sci. – Director, CFI-Victoria

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Sophie Shulman, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sci. is the Director of CFI-Victoria. I wrote two articles based on two petitions by and for CFI-Victoria. I reached out to Dr. Shulman for an interview. She agreed. By the way, she is retired. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: … Continue reading

WordPress theme: Kippis 1.15