Senior campus organizer interviews Chris Olson, president of the Rationalists and Freethinkers (RAFT), formerly SWORD, at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
|Chris Olson, president of the Rationalists and Freethinkers (RAFT) at the University of Illinois at Chicago.|
Submitted by Lyz on Tue, 08/14/2007 - 10:55
How, and why, did a self-described "uncompromising secular humanist" find himself greeted with open arms by evangelical friends and allies at Samford University, "the Ivy League of the Southern Baptist Conference," in Birmingham, Alabama? Edward O.
Submitted by Lyz on Tue, 08/14/2007 - 09:13
No more pawing through the "religion" section to find Dawkins' latest, or to find your personal copy of Hemant Mehta's I Sold my Soul on EBay.
Now Border's Books has introduced an "Atheism" section in many of their stores to include the works of the authors that promote our growing belief system: authors who never quite fit into that "religion"
Submitted by august on Tue, 08/14/2007 - 00:44
The Institute for Humanist Studies is now hiring a 20-hour per week editor for its weekly Humanist Network News e-zine.
HNN is a specialty online magazine dedicated to publishing news and views relating to humanism, a non-religious philosophy based on science, reason and compassion.
The editor will work with the staff of the Institute for Humanist Studies and contributing writers to edit and publish one entire edition of HNN per week.
Submitted by august on Mon, 08/13/2007 - 22:46