A Better Response to “The Response”

This is a guest post by Dave Muscato. He is a student at the University of Missouri, and is a member of the University of Missouri Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists, & Agnostics (SASHA). In light of Texas governor Rick Perry’s “The Response,” I’m writing briefly about prayer. Prayer is one of those things that religious [Read More…]

9/11 Cross and Misconceptions

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) . After being discussed by Jon Stewart on The Daily Show this past Thursday, it’s now more than just the atheist community debating the so-called “9/11 [Read More…]

Dear Interfaith, it’s over.

This is a guest post by Ed Clint. He is a senior at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a member of the Illini Secular Student Alliance (ISSA). A letter to Interfaith, from ISSA (Illini Secular Student Alliance) Dear Interfaith, It’s over between us. Here’s the thing, Interfaith: I tried. I really tried. Two years [Read More…]

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…]


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