United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
May 17, 2016
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

This week, read our interview with the Center for Inquiry, and how they're merging with another secular group.

And meet the Head of Humanist Chaplains in the Royal Dutch Armed Forces. He's got a lot of deep thoughts about being a chaplain without believing in God.

Iowa and Colorado score government recognition for local Days of Reason, and tell us why some Mayors resist.

And read part two of last issue's poetic and inspiring speech on Natural Humanism!

Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Interview: 50 Pictures for 50 Humanist Years

Susan Corbett
Meet the Head of Humanist Chaplains in the Royal Dutch Armed Forces!

He's got a book, 50 Years of Humanism in 50 Photos. He tells of a Christian service's "stupidest question" award.

Iowa and Colorado Get a Day of Reason Too

Some towns like reason, and some don't!

But activists in Colorado and Iowa have gotten recognized by several towns.

Inspiring Speech on Naturalistic Humanism (Part Two)

Ron Knapp
In our last newsletter, we included inspiring words by Ron Knapp of OmahaCoR.

Here's the poetic second half of his speech on Natural Humanism.

Interview: Paul Fidalgo of the Center for Inquiry

Shelagh Talbot
Few groups have the long history of the CFI in critical thinking.

Meet the former Shakespearean actor who is now their communications director!

Secular Conference in Milwaukee Announced for October

Calling all Milwaukee nontheists! Find a day full of education to the secular community.

And they'll hold a master debate on the historicity of Jesus Christ.

Social Media Milestone—1,000 Twitter Followers!

American University’s Humanist Chaplain, Rabbi Biber, updates us on his fifth year.

With content like this, no wonder our social media is growing!

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