Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 3-Mar-2018 to 9-Mar-2018.
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Kato Mukasa is a Board Member of the International Humanist and Ethical Union. Here we talk about his personal narrative and views. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Was there a family background in humanism? Mukasa: Yes, but the background was never very directly linked to humanism as I know it to … Continue reading
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was family background — geography, culture, language, religion/irreligion, and education? Dr. Giovanni Gaetani: That’s a huge subject! Making a long story short, I can say what follows. Raised as a Catholic, I started questioning my faith at the age of 15. My “conversion” to atheism has been … Continue reading
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Was there a family background in humanism? Uttam Niraula: Not at all. My father was a famous Hindu priest of my village. He passed away when I was four years. My mom is also a very religious. I was pro-Hindu child due to their … Continue reading
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was your family background — geography, culture, language, religion/irreligion, and education? Roar Johnsen: I am living in Oslo, the capital of Norway, with a population of more than half a million people. I have a degree in marketing and administration, but have worked … Continue reading
Humanism is universal creed, and deed. A life taught and lived in one breath, and step, for all people. Whether in the lonely, snowy white-capped North of Canada in North America or in Nigeria on the Gulf of Guinea in Africa, human beings live, eat, work, educate kids, raise families, … Continue reading