In this edition we talk about:
- Advocating for Secular Humanism in Guatemala: Guatemala is a deeply religious country and getting people to talk about atheism faces a lot of backlash. Atheist Alliance International sponsored a billboard campaign to spread the good word of being good without God – here’s how it went down.
- To The Women In Church: Religion alienates women from the center talk, but does atheism do the same? Here’s an ex-Christian’s perspective.
- Are Religion and Science Compatible?: Can science and religion co-exist, “respecting” each other’s perspectives? Clearly not, since one is a verifiable fat and the other is fiction, but here’s how allowing both sides to enter the public debate over natural phenomenon insults our collective intelligence and diminishes progress.
- The Atheist Society Of Nigeria: From Idea To Fruition: Nigeria has a 95% staunch religious population, but here’s the story and struggle of establishing the first atheist society and the challenges they faced.
- Notes on the Regressive Left: Here are some thoughts about the so-called “regressive left” and how its infatuation with communitarianism and its complacency towards Islamism enable and strengthen right-wing political parties. We also discuss the Antifa movement and how it harms the left and dovetails with neoliberalism.