Last weekend the number of “godless congregation” Sunday Assembly locations more than doubled. Here’s why their rapid growth is a welcome reminder of the value of working with and learning from others.
Articles tagged “interfaith”
“There’s more power to change minds in that moment than in a thousand debates.” Dale McGowan tells RNS why so many people conflate atheism with anti-theism and what atheists can gain from interfaith work.
Five years after a group of atheist and agnostic students launched a campaign to get a Humanist chaplain at Tufts, the university has created a Humanist staff position—the first of its kind in the U.S.
If atheists are going to demand equal rights—and we should—we should also be prepared to advocate for the rights of other groups, regardless of whether or not we agree with them on the subject of God. Anything less is hypocritical.
Nigerian atheist Mubarak Bala, who was forcibly hospitalized, is still at risk—and the intersection of political religion and colonial-era laws is to blame.
Atheists are rightfully concerned about stigma. Pew’s latest poll is evidence that we’ve got some ground to cover before we’re socially accepted—and we should consider interfaith dialogue as a means of doing so.
‘Understanding an Atheist’ author Kevin Davis shares his advice for atheists and theists struggling to relate to family members with different beliefs.
“I need to ask you something,” I said. “Do you think I’m going to Hell?” She inhaled sharply and said, “Yes.”
What can atheists learn from working with faith communities? Humanist Zach Cole reflects on what he learned from Zoroastrians, and why atheists should partner with religious communities for service to humanity.