Logic Disproves All-Merciful God

By James Haught James Haught is editor of West Virginia’s largest newspaper, The Charleston Gazette, and a senior editor of Free Inquiry. He is 87-years-old and would like to help secular causes more. This series is a way of giving back, as he opens in No Qualms (Ed., published on 2018, July 18, i.e., when … Continue reading

Interview with Members of the Santa Fe Freethinkers Forum

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Here we talk with members of the Sante Fe Freethinkers Forum about their community. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s start with some background, either family or personal, what are some important details and stories? Gonzales: I was born into a Catholic Hispanic family and baptized. When I … Continue reading

Ask SASS 7 – Praise Be in Public Spaces, Please: OGOD, My God, No God, Please

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen This is an ongoing and new series devoted to the South African Secular Society (SASS) and South African secularism. The Past President, Jani Schoeman, and the Current President, Rick Raubenheimer, and the current Vice-President, Wynand Meijer, will be taking part in this series to illuminate these facets … Continue reading

The (Secular) God of the (Psychedelic) Gaps

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen With the moves to reduce the harms of drugs and mind-altering substances on the general public in several nations around the world, there have been active decriminalization efforts, as in Portugal, or calls for decriminalization by the (late) former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, … Continue reading

Interview with Administrator of “Ex-Muslim Memes”

Here we talk with the Administrator of “Ex-Muslim Memes” about ex-Muslims, memes in a colloquial sense, and online community building. *Preamble: “I’ll try to keep this as short as possible… and I speak for myself, I don’t know how things are for other ex-Muslims and their community…”* Scott Douglas Jacobsen: … Continue reading

Interview with Abderrahmane M’hiri – Ex-Muslim

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Abderrahmane M’hiri is an ex-Muslim. Here we talk about his journey, in brief. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you grow up? Abderrahmane M’hiri: I have grown up in a Muslim country and society in a Muslim family. Jacobsen: What was upbringing for you? M’hiri: I began to … Continue reading

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