You grew up as a Catholic. You went to Holy Child School, Cape Coast as well. What is your story as a youth growing up in a religious household? What was the experience? I attended Catholic schools, St. Theresa’s School in Accra from primary, junior high school and in Holy … Continue reading
I was reading an article in the Law Cruces Sun-News on secular humanism and naturalism, which made me begin to think some more about the philosophy in a similar way.
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 16-Sep-2017 to 22-Sep-2017.
As our correspondence has unfolded, I have discovered that, not only you but, your family is steeped in ethical humanism, and ethical societies. So what is the deal? Where did your family first come into contact with ethical humanism? My parents were married at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical … Continue reading
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How much does atheism overlap with humanism to you? Violine Namyalo: Humanism greatly overlaps with humanism, both philosophies don’t believe in the existence of a deity.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you build a cooperative and flourishing irreligious community where you live? Robert Magara: To build a cooperative and make my community flourish irreligious, I am just doing the sensitization about Humanism and using our Ten Humanist principles and values.