Hi <<First Name>>,
Let's celebrate our achievements this week as a movement! The Foundation Beyond Belief highlights local groups who have helped their communities.
And the world's largest Ronald McDonald House has chosen a nontheist from Ohio to win their McAwesome Award.
We interview the hosts of Hinge, a new project where an atheist and a Christian pastor discuss Jesus Christ.
And would you like to think better? Critical thinking is a skill that can be learned, and taught! Come to the Foundation for Critical Thinking's conference this summer, or apply to speak there.
This and more in this week's newsletter.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
The Foundation Beyond Belief has outlined the ethical and community outreach of many CoRs in 2016.
What's your plan to get on their list for 2017?
The world's largest Ronald McDonald House has given a nontheist their award.
Andrew Whitacre of Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT) is the winner!
UnitedCoR is growing! With 9 new affiliated national organizations, we now have 29.
At UnitedCoR, we help national groups connect to local groups.
We interview Drew and Cory from the new Hinge project. One is an atheist and one is a Christian pastor and they talk religion.
What's the authenticity and historical relevance of Jesus Christ?
The Foundation for Critical Thinking is hosting a conference this summer, and you can speak there!
Or attend and learn. The better you think, the better you can act.