- A scientism defence of Logical Positivism
- Universities UK is simply wrong on segregation
- Why are British Student Unions imposing Islamic rules?
- William Tyndale, hero of atheism
- Why the non-religious are getting “overheated” about British “faith” schools
- Burqa bans made easy: properly understanding religious freedom
- What does “existence” mean?
- Children matter as children: why Dawkins did not say that child abuse is “zero bad”
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One would have thought that UK universities would hold fast to principles of equality, and reject the notion that “separate but equal” can ever be truly equal, and thus reject the idea that seating arrangements at university events be segregated … Continue reading
At the recent Freshers Fair at the London School of Economics the Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society manned their stall wearing t-shirts featuring Jesus and Mo cartoons. Officers of the Student Union, backed up by university security, decided that the … Continue reading
Britain is in a tizz over when it is or isn’t acceptable to wear the face veils often associated with the Islamic religion. A judge has ruled that a Muslim defendant in a Crown Court may not cover her face … Continue reading
Religious equality — the idea that people should not be treated any more or less favourably because of their religious opinions — is a fundamental principle in any modern liberal democracy. It is written into the American Constitution and the … Continue reading
Religious freedom is something we all support, but what does it mean? Many Christians are under the impression that it gives a religious person more rights to do something than a secular person would have. It doesn’t. What it means … Continue reading
There has been a kerfuffle over a German court ruling that a boy’s right to choose whether he spends his adult life with an intact penis supersedes the religious freedom of the parent, and thus that circumcision amounts to illegal … Continue reading