Popular among some atheists and critics of religion as a snappy and incendiary meme, and caricatured by their critics in turn, as an example of atheist arrogance. I try to unpack the context behind the catchphrase.
Tag Archives: Activism
Writing about atheism, humanism, secularism and more in 2021
This blog launched in April, with a mission to represent, inform, promote and challenge various ideas from across the atheist, humanist, secularist and related communities. 37 weekly articles later, here’s my year in review.
Activism matters: Heidi Nicholl, Humanists Australia
Interview with Heidi Nicholl, CEO of Humanists Australia, about routes into leadership, the day to day and challenges of leading a newish organisation. Activism matters meets activists and leaders in a variety of atheist, humanist, and secularist spaces.
Community matters: Four exercises to define your group
There are a lot of groups operating in the atheist, humanist, secularist space, but a lot of the community is underserved. These simple exercises can help you decide what sort of group to start or refresh.
Activism matters: Humanists New Zealand
In activism matters we meet activists and leaders working in a variety of atheist, humanist, and secularist spaces. This week we spoke with Tim Wright New Zealand Humanists’ relatively new president, and longstanding member Gaylene Middleton.
Activism matters: Nathan Alexander and Todd Tavares
Activism matters is a series where we meet activists and leaders working in a variety of atheist, humanist, and secularist spaces. This week I spoke with Nathan Alexander and Todd Tavares, hosts of the Beyond Atheism podcast.
Activism matters: Tif Ho, Foundation Beyond Belief
Tif Ho is executive director of the Foundation Beyond Belief, a US based non-profit that seeks to do good through humanist values.