St. Andrews University Christian Union contacted Atheism UK to debate the truth of the Resurrection.Continue reading “Did Jesus rise from the dead? Atheism UK debate at St. Andrews University”
Atheism UK received this email from Eva in Scotland. Do our members and supporters have any suggestions on how we should reply?
Hello, As an atheist, I am concerned by the increase in the ‘creep’ of religious undertones at my daughters’ state primary school in Scotland.Continue reading “Evangelising in state Primary Schools”
The motion: ‘This House Believes that Religion is a Force for Good’. Chris Street, President of Atheism UK opposed the motion of the Friday 29th November 2019 debate at Exeter University Debating Society.Continue reading “‘This House Believes that Religion is a Force for Good’ – Atheism UK Debate at Exeter University”
INTERNATIONAL BLASPHEMY RIGHTS DAY
or simply “Blasphemy Day”, is held each year on September 30th. It’s a day to show solidarity with those who challenge oppressive laws and social prohibitions against free expression, to support the right to challenge prevailing religious beliefs without fear of violence, arrest, or persecution.Continue reading “Blasphemy Day, annually on 30th September”
The Atheism UK AGM will be on Saturday 3rd August 2019 in London WC1. At the AGM, the Atheism UK Council will review 2018/19 activities, finances and decide who will sit on the Council in 2019/20.Continue reading “Atheism UK 2019 AGM”
Professor Bobby Duffy, a Director at The Policy Institute, King’s College London invites members of Atheism UK to a lecture. Register here.Continue reading “How religious change is shaping society – 4th July discussion in Westminster, London”
The number of non-religious people in Britain has increased on average by a million each year in the last seven years, according to the Annual Population Survey from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released April 2019.
Continue reading “Non-religious up by a million; Christians down by 700,000 – each year in Britain.”