"It is very important not to mistake hemlock for parsley; but not at all so to believe or not in God." Denis Diderot [i]
One of my sons asked me if I was a nonbeliever and of course I asked, "a nonbeliever in what?" I was not trying to be flippant, but there are…Continue
I am quite sure you have been following my works of the free thought library, school plantations, Kasese Humanist Botanical Gardens and the past year major achievement of my school project purchasing its own land.
Plans are under way to mobilize resources to able me build classrooms. I have already put most of the vital materials like bricks, sand, murram and i am yet to get the remaining stuffs. a fundraiser is online to explain all about this and how to achieve…Continue
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The Pathfinders Project team are currently serving at KHPS where they are volunteering to teach children subjects Mathematics, English, Science, Computer skills and Humanist values. An article about them appeared on the Friendly Atheist Blog . Read out the article on the link…Continue
Hello friends on Atheist Nexus,
I just want to share with you this article that appeared in the foreign press where i was featured in an article about the growth of Atheism in Uganda, a country where the majority are religious.
Read out this link Atheism in Uganda
On another note, a fundraiser is on to generate funds to favor Kasese Humanist…Continue
Kasese Humanist Primary School has acquired 5 sets computers which have been added on the other three computers we initially had at the school. In addition to this the school has acquired a computer Scanner and a Data Projector and funds making all these happen was a donation to the school from Swinburne University of Technology based in Australia.
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Hello my friends,
All is going on at Kasese Humanist Primary school, now in its second year of operation. We expect to have our P.7 Children sit for their Primary Leaving Examinations scheduled for 5th & 6th November.
Many thanks goes to the generous support received from organizations and individuals all over world most especially All child sponsors, The Godless Poutine, Atheist alliance International ,Swin burne University and Foundation beyond Belief.
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Hello my friends on Atheist Nexus, am updating you on the progress of the school project.
Normal lessons are being conducted and towards the middle of May, we received a volunteer at the school to orientate both our teachers and the students on computer skills. The program is already in progress and our students are so excited and fully committed towards attaining these skills.
The Godless Poutine based in Canada is running a one o one interview of both the School Director, The…Continue
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I'll be attending the NDOR events in Raleigh, NC with some of my friends from our local Coalition of Reason group in the Piedmont Triad, NC. Greta Christina, Dan Barker, Todd Stiefel and more will be there.
For any reading this who feel that they are the "only non-believer I know", they should check to see what events will be taking place in their home towns, or…
"Religion is comparable to a childhood neurosis. The whole thing is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life." – Sigmund Freud
Professing dogmatic faith in popular superstitions and ancient myths handed down by our primal…Continue
So, here we are in our nexus, discussing things that interest us and I wanted to post something about the need to not preach to the choir. We all know that we don't believe, but how do we reach the folks who also don't believe but don't care enough about the fact they don't believe to get involved? Does it even matter?
Of course, we all think it matters, otherwise we wouldn't be actively involved in groups that express and promote our non-belief. We are almost all passionate…
Painting of King Soloman, 1872 or 1874, by Simeon Solomon, British 1840 - 1905.
Gift of William B. O'Neal, to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC 1995.52.170
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I type this entry as I sit on the runway at Boston-Logan Airport, about to take to the sky for a 6 hour journey to San Jose. I will be traversing a distance of almost
2700 miles. If I were to go 600 miles farther, and in a different direction, I
could be in London, my hometown – this is a…
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I launched my website www.IndianHumanist.Org a couple of days back.
I would like to use this as a repository of Information related to the progress of Humanism in India.
It will have info and links about the various organizations and people connencted with the Humanist Movement.
It will also have links to books, articles, events related to the Humanist activity in India.
Hope this will play the small part that is…Continue