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United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
September 9, 2015
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

Want to feel inspired? In this week's newsletter, catch up on Inland Empire CoR's many programs in California.

Learn about the overlap between Unitarianism and Humanism, and between Nontheism and Ethics.

And celebrate the investigation of a religious school. What have they done this time?

-Jase
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Active Programs at the Inland Empire

Reb Kitchings
Did you know that Alcoholics Anonymous requires its participants to embrace God?

Inland Empire CoR is starting a nontheist service that may be easier for the rest of us to embrace.

Julian Bond: Government Official, Educator, Civil Rights Activist (1940-2015)

Jase Heap
Julian Bond was a Humanist politician, civil rights activist, and educator.

Read the moving tributes now that he has passed.

The Methodist Minister Now a Humanist for 60 Years

Susan M. Corbett
Ron Knapp preached that faith by itself, if it has no works, is dead.

Now he's a Humanist minister with much to tell!

The Interfaith Event That Reached Out to Nontheists

Cary Shaw
Most interfaith groups ignore a large portion of their community: the nontheists.

Connecticut CoR tells their story of being a full partner at a recent event.

What Motivates Non-Theist Ethics?

Jase Heap
When we explain ourselves to the media, they can ask some curious questions.

In this week's report on local CoRs, Jase relates his call from a Christian reporter.

New York Probes Wayward Jewish Schools

What did Orthodox Jewish schools in New York City do to deserve an investigation into their teaching practices?

We bring you all the facts.






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