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 a slow, long, and gradual… Read more »
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 influence. I use to… Read more »
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 as a consultant in… Read more »
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, and build communities around ideas.… Read more »
Bob Churchill is the Communications Director for The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), Editor of The Free Thought Report.Bob Churchill is also a trustee of Conway Hall Ethical Society and a trustee of the Karen Woo Foundation.
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 23-Sep-2017 to 29-Sep-2017.