Marieme Helie Lucas on the Case of Noura Hussein Hammad

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Marieme Helie Lucas is an Algerian sociologist, activist, founder of ‘Secularism is a Women’s Issue,’ and founder and former International Coordinator of ‘Women Living Under Muslim Laws.’  Here we talk about the case of Noura Hammad. Noura has been sentenced to death and has 15 days to appeal … Continue reading

Bishop George Kuhn on the Catholic Universalist Church of the Philippines

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you become a Catholic Universalist? Bishop George Kuhn: became a Universalist in my early teens having heard a sermon by a Roman Catholic priest I admired a lot. I questioned him about it and he made it clear that eventually all would … Continue reading

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[A parody based on the title card from a Three Stooges short, declaring "Answers in Genesis presents The Three Stooges", with Moe, Larry, and Curly replaced by Ken Ham, Jason Lisle, and Andrew Snelling.]

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 4-Nov-2017 to 10-Nov-2017.

This Week in Religion 2017-11-05

Image Credit: Pixabay. “There are reasons to be skeptical of The Way of the Future, a newly incorporated American religion that worships artificial intelligence as “the Godhead.” It has no church, no worshipers, no doctrine, no scripture, and no rituals. But Anthony Levandowksi, the multi-millionaire engineer who secretly founded it … Continue reading

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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 28-Oct-2017 to 3-Nov-2017.

Life and the Possibility of Absolute Finality with Terry Sanderson

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Terry Sanderson, the President of the National Secular Society –  a British campaigning organization that promotes secularism and separation of Church and State. He has cancer. Here we talk about atheism in the 21st century, the meaning of life, the possibility of death, absolute finality, and … Continue reading

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