Following the quick resignation from Justin Vacula due to outside pressure, the Secular Coalition for Pennsylvania has found a new co-director to join Brian Fields.
Scott Rhoades, the founder and president of the Lancaster Freethought Society, will be helping lead the new organization:
Rhoades said he looks forward to protecting and strengthening the secular character of the Pennsylvania government by working with everyone.
“I believe you can be civil and tolerant towards those practicing religion without compromising your values or ideals,” Rhoades said. “You can be respectful to the religious even though you don’t respect their religion.”
Here’s to moving forward.