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By Scott Douglas Jacobsen For those who have been wanting to write articles or conduct interviews, or who want to explore some of the literary world of the secular, sometimes, it might seem as if only a few individuals or a few handfuls may be the consistent writers and contributors to … Continue reading

Interview with Kevin Feng Chin Wen – Taiwanese Youth Humanist Activist and Writer

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Kevin Feng Chin Wen is a Taiwanese Youth Humanist Activist and Writer. Here we talk about the secular movement in Southeast Asia/East Asia. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: You have been actively involved in the secular movement in Southeast Asia/East Asia for several years. There have been social and … Continue reading

Interview with Masereka Solomon – Director, Abrimac Secular Services Ltd.

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Masereka Solomon is the Director, Abrimac Secular Services Ltd., formerly Kasese Freethinkers Club. Here we talk about his life, work, and views. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for you, e.g., geography, culture, language, religion or lack thereof, education, and family structure and dynamics? Masereka … Continue reading

Ask Rob 3 – Contributing to Freethought Publications: Do What You Do All The Time, Use Words

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Rob Boston is the Editor of Church & State (Americans United for Separation of Church and State). Here we talk about contributing to freethought publications. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Mentoring remains important. It becomes important for developing as a person as a mentor and as a writer as … Continue reading

Interview with Dale Hemming – Founder, Sioux Falls Free Thinkers

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Dale Hemming is the Founder of the Sioux Falls Free Thinkers. Here we talk about his work and views, and billboards. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Dale Hemming is the Founder of the Sioux Falls Free Thinkers. Here we talk about his work and views, and billboards. Scott Douglas … Continue reading

Ask Rob 2 – Freethought Can Be Free

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Rob Boston is the Editor of Church & State (Americans United for Separation of Church and State). Here we talk about the costs of freethought. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What costs in history have come with freethought in print? Rob Boston: In the 19th century and into the 20th, … Continue reading

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