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

Ask Rob 1 – Non-Holy Writ, or Secular Lit: Lighting the Fire of Freethought

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Rob Boston is the Editor of Church & State (Americans United for Separation of Church and State). Here we talk about freethinking literature. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s start with some general historical context for this series, what were some of the earliest sources of freethinking writing in … Continue reading

Ask Annie Laurie 1 – Secular Women

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Annie Laurie Gaylor is the Co-President of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) with Dan Barker. She has been part of the fight against the encroachment of religion on secular culture, and human and women’s rights for decades. Here we talk about secular women. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: … Continue reading

Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa’sam) on the Creation of Community

Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa’sam) founded Jichojipya (meaning with new eye) to “Think Anew”. We have talked before about freethought in Tanzania. Here we continue the discussion on the creation of community for the non-religious. Continue reading

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