Interview with Rebekah Woods – Former Message Believer

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Rebekah Woods is a Canadian writer, settled on the coast with her spouse and beautiful toddler who fills the hours with challenges unequaled by the healing his life brings. Originally from Ontario, her father moved his family near a large Message Believer’s church when she was … Continue reading

Bwambale Musubaho Robert Discusses Humanism and Schooling in Uganda

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Bwambale Musubaho Robert is the School Director of the Kasese Humanist School (Rukoki/Muhokya/Kahendero). Here we talk about his life, views, and work. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How do Humanists get stereotyped in primary and second schools? Robert Bwambale: People think humanists are devilish, satanic, devil worshipper, ritualistic, non-believers, … Continue reading

Interview with Immoh Obot on Losing Faith

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Immoh Obot is a certified fire officer. He is also a computer programmer and a freelance creative writer. Here we talk about his story, his life. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is family and cultural background? Some of the relevant details to provide a rounded perspective on … Continue reading

Ask Faye 8 – Socrates and Hemlock: Punishment Versus Choice

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Faye Girsh is the Founder and the Past President of the Hemlock Society of San Diego. She was the President of the National Hemlock Society (Defunct) and the World Federation of RTD Societies (Extant). Currently, she is on the Advisory Board of the Final Exit Network and the … Continue reading

Ask Mubarak 7 – Et Tu? Two: How Bad Could Things Get?

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Mubarak Bala is the President of the Humanist Association of Nigeria. We will be conducting this educational series to learn more about humanism and secularism within Nigeria. Humanists in Nigeria and some other African states have some of the toughest sensibilities built on real hardship unseen by … Continue reading

Ask Takudzwa 25 – Columns

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Takudzwa Mazwienduna is the informal leader of Zimbabwean Secular Alliance and a member of the Humanist Society of Zimbabwe. This educational series will explore secularism in Zimbabwe from an organizational perspective, and some more. Here we talk about written and video productions. — Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is … Continue reading

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