I hope they win their case.
You may have heard that Louisiana is suffering from massive flooding. 40,000 homes have been damaged. 8,000 people are in emergency shelters. Nearly a dozen people have died. And it’s not over yet.
Hear from the most compelling and consequential women’s voices from the world of freethought at the fourth Women in Secularism conference, September 23-25, just outside Washington, DC.
National coverage has finally begun for what the Lower Mississippi Forecast Center, a division of the National Weather Service, is calling a “1000 year rain event.” Flooding is occurring like the state hasn’t seen since Katrina due to a complicated, slow moving weather system that dumped as much as 30 inches of rain in only two days across nearly half the state. Over 40,000 homes were damaged by what officials have said is some of worst flooding ever to hit the state, and 8,000 people remain in emergency shelters. Eleven fatalities have been recorded so far.
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Setting up the Humanist Orphan Center was a response to irrationality, to empower abandoned children, and to educate the community about HIVAIDS.
This new book shows how, and why.
The goal is to help people become more thoughtful and more reflective about their faith-based beliefs. Can you support your positions about God, religion or the supernatural?
Anti-Blasphemy laws around the world.