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Why Would God Drown Children?

by | December 26, 2021

By James Haught The ghastly Indian Ocean tsunami on the day after Christmas 2004 — one of the worst natural disasters in the history of humanity — should have an unexpected side-effect: Intelligent people increasingly may be forced to abandon the notion that an all-loving, all-powerful, fatherly, kindly, creator god controls the universe. If a deity caused the Indian… Read more »

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Ask Kim 1 – Sir/Madam, We Have a Quest for You

by | July 11, 2019

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Kim Newton, M.Litt. is the Executive Director of Camp Quest Inc. (National Support Center). We will learn some more about Camp Quest in an educational series. Here we talk about the popular activities for the kids and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: With respect to the national organizational structure and operations of Camp… Read more »

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Chat with Bwambale Robert Musubaho on the Kasese Humanist School

by | May 12, 2018

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Robert Bwambale is the founder of the Kasese United Humanist Association (KUHA) with “the goal of promoting Freethought in Uganda.” The association is affiliated with the extremely active Uganda Humanist Association (UHA). In March, the UHA held a conference in Kampala whose theme was Humanism For a Free and Prosperous Africa.… Read more »

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Are Outcomes Better in Afghanistan?

by | April 30, 2018

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen There is an increase in the quality of outcomes based on reportage about Afghanistan. For the last 15 years, Afghanistan has made progress in the health outcomes for its citizenry. This is “especially for women and children,” even in spite of the insecurity well-known in the country. The basis for the… Read more »

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