Hi <<First Name>>,
As nontheists, we have our own viewpoint to share -- and logic to bring, as our writer-in-residence, James A. Haught, writes.
We celebrate Richard Dawkins' inclusive visit to Connecticut, and a project to write letters of hope to strangers, without the religious subtext.
We hear how comedy is creating community in Texas, and interview an atheist who's staffed an outreach table in a public park for five years, every weekend in San Diego.
How will you celebrate Thanksgiving? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
What can you learn from 5 years of community tabling on nontheism? Rob Hudson can tell us.
We interview him on critical thinking and local response to his outreach.
Richard Dawkins praised Connecticut CoR on his last visit. This month, he returned for All Things Science.
Connecticut CoR volunteered and was cheered! And inspired many new people.
James A. Haught
Our writer-in-residence opines on the logic used to explain God's mercurial behavior.
Is God cruel or just mysterious? Jim explains all.
When a community writes letters of support to strangers, is it nice, or is there a subtext of pressure to join religion?
This secular writing project offers emotional support for anyone, theist or nontheist.
In South Texas, nontheists organized a comedy show to raise funds for the homeless and club activities.
It builds community, and most of our nation's famous comedians are atheist.