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When a town hall wants to mix Christ with governing, they allow "all religions" to display a monument on public ground.
So, how about folks in the Satanic Temple? (They don't really believe in Satan but in personal freedom.)
This week we have the interview. We also interview Andrew Copson of the British Humanist Association, the largest nontheist group in the UK.
America's second-largest university opens up to nonbelievers, and we learn who's giving away books on critical thinking skills.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Here's a clever way to keep church and state separate: Satanic churches.
We interview Lucien Greaves, who's been unmasking how "religious freedom" is biased towards Christianity.
What does humanism mean in Britain? This week we hear from the president of the British Humanist Association.
They work in prisons, hospitals, and make humanist videos with Stephen Fry.
The University of Central Florida is America's second-largest university.
So it's a big deal when their president opposes discrimination against the non-religious, as official campus policy.
Dr. Linda Elder
Critical thinking seems innate, but can be learned and honed.
Check in with the Foundation for Critical Thinking, which gives free books to educators and holds workshops and conferences.
Delaware CoR held their first public outreach event, at the Delaware Pride Festival.
A good time was had, and many visitors came in costume from Comic Con.
UnitedCoR has more local CoRs now, with more member groups, than ever before.
Now we're expanding into new areas. How can we help you found your own new local CoR?