“Is Christianity or Secular Humanism a better foundation for human rights?”

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  There was a recent conversation entitled “Is Christianity or Secular Humanism a better foundation for human rights?: A conversation Between a Christian and a Secular Humanist.” Steve Kim was the moderator of the conversation. Kim earned “a diploma in Worship Arts and a BA in Biblical Studies from Columbia … Continue reading

Off the Lazy Path — If You Cannot Find the Community, Then Make One

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  Out of the long history of the rejection of the traditional religious moral frameworks, practices, rituals, and beliefs about the fundamental constituents of the world, humanism bubbled to the surface in pockets in the world’s history, whether schools associated with Charvaka or Lokayata materialist school in India … Continue reading

A Call from the World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO)

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  The World Sikh Organization of Canada (WSO) made a call asking for some help on March 1 in an email. I received it. In solidarity with the WSO and the Canadian Sikh community, especially knowing of some narratives marked within the Canadian conscience and historical record including … Continue reading

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