The Future Belongs to Atheism

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. — Eventually, America will be a society in which intelligent, educated people ignore supernatural … Continue reading

My Name is Jean-Paul Sartre

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. — (A lecture at University of Charleston “Living Philosophy” series, Nov. 20, 1991, with speakers posing … Continue reading

States of Faith

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. — Freedom of religion means that the government can’t tell you what … Continue reading

The Cost of Religion in Canada Part 1: Canadian Taxpayers Funding the Advancement of Religion

By British Columbia Humanist Association — [Ed. With permission, we will be publishing updates from the BCHA in Canadian Atheist. We will start with the newest one first as a test and then work from the earlier works and move forward into the present. As per the current format, the … Continue reading

Extensive Interview with Rev. Dr. David Breeden – Senior Minister, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Rev. David Breeden took some time for an extensive interview on the work and theological orientations, and social work, and the community life, of the Unitarian Universalists with a particular emphasis on the Unitarian Universalist community in Minneapolis. Breeden is a Senior Minister of the First … Continue reading

The God Biz

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. — Gospel fervor gleamed in 3,000 faces at the $30 million city … Continue reading

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