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Cartoons don't kill people, people kill people!

Whether it be the South Park episode or the venerated Lars Vilks who has risked life and limb to…


Added by Darwin Penda on May 9, 2010 at 11:35am — 1 Comment

Anthropa: Humanism in Action

Anthropa is a concept to bring a positive and active Humanism to the fore, somewhere between UUism and Humanism, where we can celebrate our several cultures that bind and enrich us with Humanism supplanting superstition; and with hope, to provide and enlightenment charity and outreach to the community at large. If you've been to far too many group meetings where the focus is on bashing the superstitious rather than celebrating life, love and nature,… Continue

Added by Darwin Penda on December 5, 2009 at 10:33am — No Comments

"The Lord's Boot Camp" Documentary

Hats off to CBS for airing this piece and Loki Films (Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady) for once again showing us the nasty truth of how the sausage is made. Like "Jesus Camp" before, it shows indoctrination techniques used by (especially evangelical) Christianity; I loved the "special blessings" (punishments). What's more, their victim targets are the most vulnerable in society, the young and impressionable, the old and frail, and the impoverished. All for a gnostic cult that was effectively the… Continue

Added by Darwin Penda on December 28, 2008 at 1:00am — 3 Comments

Introducing the Yuletide Foundation

Please have a look at Yuletide Foundation; Toward a Civic (& Secular) Observance of Winter Solstice:

This is a proposal for a secular celebration of Winter Solstice meant to be used across society, but especially in the public forum; say goodbye to the preference of Christianity but also to the antiseptic use terms like "Holiday Tree" (which one?). Designed for English-speaking societies, but the idea can easily be… Continue

Added by Darwin Penda on December 26, 2008 at 11:59pm — 3 Comments

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