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Weekly Update: to

by | November 16, 2019

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 9-Nov-2019 to 15-Nov-2019. [8-Nov-2019] The battle against Quebec’s Bill 21 This is a good article for getting a summary of the tactics being used in the forthcoming court challenges against Québec’s religious accessory ban. [8-Nov-2019] “How can you convince a skeptic?” (Video: 11:58) This is a neat segment,… Read more »

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Conversation on Discrimination Against Non-Believers with Bob Churchill — Session 1

by | March 5, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  Bob Churchill is the Communications Director for the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), Editor of the Freedom of Thought Report. Bob Churchill is also a trustee of the Conway Hall Ethical Society and of the Karen Woo Foundation. Here we talk about discrimination against non-believers. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: You are the best person I can think of to… Read more »

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Phrase Matters: “Good Without God,” “Under God,” and “In God We Trust”

by | January 17, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Humanists, as noted by the American Humanist Association (AHA), believe in the principle of “Good without God” (AHA, 2012). In this, we can derive the philosophy of secularism, as in secular humanism, which strives for a secular government with the separation of church and state. The United States has violated this… Read more »

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2017 Freedom of Thought Report data available

by | December 6, 2017

The Freedom of Thought Report is an annual/ongoing report put together by the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) to chronicle systemic discrimination against nonbelievers in countries around the world.

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