Specialization and Trade Lead the Way to Interfaith

This is a guest post by Conrad Hudson. He is a senior at University of Kansas, and a member of the Society of Open-Minded Atheists & Agnostics (SOMA). “Tell everyone why you’re involved in SOMA’s leadership.” Last year these words struck me with anxiety. As a new officer for the Kansas University Society of Open-Minded [Read More…]

Why are we so bad at talking to each other?

This is a guest post by Robby Bensinger. He is a senior at Indiana University, and is a member of the Secular Alliance at Indiana University (SAIU). Whether the secular movement ultimately falters or flourishes will rest on how well it can carry on a dialogue with its religious friends and foes. It’s through conversation [Read More…]

A Win for the Freedom From Religion Foundation

This is a guest post by Stef McGraw. Stef is a Junior at the University of Northern Iowa, and is a member of the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers (UNIFI) . For those of you who haven’t been following the story of the billboard on a Columbus church’s property, here’s some background: The Freedom From Religion [Read More…]

A new “Cosmos”, featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson

This is a guest post by Aaron Friel. He is a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa and member of the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers (UNIFI). The Fox network is poised to air a sequel to the critically acclaimed and loved-by-skeptics series, “Cosmos”. The update to the series will be thirteen episodes and—sorry, folks—will [Read More…]

Dogma vs. Democracy

This is a guest post by Jon Nelson. He is a sophomore at Kansas University and member of the Society of Open-Minded Atheists & Agnostics (SOMA). Yesterday China downgraded US debt and Mitch McConnell promised he would be holding the debt limit hostage in the future. On this news, the Dow Jones shed 500 points. [Read More…]


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