The Secular Student Alliance is pleased to announce that we have added the Reverend Jonathan Weyer to our Speakers Bureau. While Rev. Weyer is an ordained orthodox minister, he has an uncommon penchant for fostering dialogue and cooperation between the religious and the nonreligious.
Rev. Jonathan Weyer is a self described religious nutjob who lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife Wendy, three kids and a cat. He is a campus minister at The Ohio State University with the CCO-The Cloister and is an ordained minister with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Along with Ashley Paramore, board member of the SSA, he planned a discussion with Hemant Mehta that won a Multicultural award from the Ohio State University. He loves bringing together believers, nonbelievers, skeptics, atheists, and doubters to discuss why God calls people to a lifestyle of doubt. In his spare time, he loves to write, read and drink hard cider. He also maintains a blog for the Thomas Society at www.thomas2026.wordpress.com.
Submitted by Lyz on Sat, 08/29/2009 - 11:44
The Secular Student Alliance is pleased to announce that renowned atheist blogger PZ Myers has joined our Speakers Bureau!
Submitted by Lyz on Fri, 08/28/2009 - 02:33
Submitted by Lyz on Tue, 08/18/2009 - 15:15
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Starting the New Semester
with the Secular Student Alliance!
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Hello, Freethought Group Leaders!
It's been a great summer here at the Secular Student Alliance! We had an awesome conference, an exciting trip to the Creation Museum that drew national media attention (almost 300 atheists attended!), and have been hard at work finding new and innovative ways to help you run your student groups.
We hope that your summer was fun and relaxing, and that you're excited to get started on a fun year of exciting events. We're just as excited to help you pull off all the fun and creative ideas you have!
As always, feel free to contact me if your group needs anything. Having full-time staff to help support your group is one of our most valuable resources - and we want you to take advantage of it!
Submitted by Lyz on Mon, 08/17/2009 - 02:56