At the 7th August 2021 Atheism UK AGM, Chris Street retired from Atheism UK (AUK) Council after serving 10 years, seven years as President. Chris was introduced to AUK by (more…)
John Richards joined Atheism UK Council in 2019. John is also a director of Atheist Alliance International. He argues 'we can be good without God'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=708&v=0bBM2uP5uJM&feature=emb_logo Atheist Alliance International on…
Norman Bacrac (1) has been a member of the Council of Atheism UK since 2011 and is a former editor of the Ethical Record (2).
This edited article, first published in the Ethical Record (3), refutes the first of William Lane Craig’s eight reasons for God. In further articles, published at Atheism UK during 2017, Bacrac will refute Craig’s seven other reasons for God.
In the Philosophy Now magazine, William Lane Craig (4) wrote in The God Issue, “Does God Exist?” (5). In this article, Craig argues there has been a “resurgence of interest in natural theology”.
Atheism UK was invited to be in the audience. Chris Street Atheism UK President attended the 8th January 2017 show. The topic “Would today’s ‘wise men’ believe in God?” was discussed for 20 minutes.
In September, Theresa May announced a consultative Department for Education (DfE) Green Paper – “Schools that work for everyone”. For Faith Schools, the DfE say they “intend to deliver more good school places, while meeting strengthened safeguards on inclusivity.”
The Green Paper consultation CLOSES 12th December 2016. Please send your comments (see below) before that date.
Chris Street, President of Atheism UK commented:
“It seems to me that the Green Paper gives some spurious arguments for changing the 50% cap on selection in faith schools. If you are concerned about social integration and inclusive children’s education, I urge you to complete the Department for Education feedback form before 12th December.”
What?: Book – What is Humanism? How do you live without a God? by Michael Rosen & Annemarie Young.
Who?: Watford Area Humanists
When?: Saturday, 4th July 2015, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m
Where?: Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore, 116 The Parade, Watford, WD17 1BD, present:
ComRES Poll of UK Muslims, February 2015
Between 23rd January and 20th February 2015, 1000 British Muslims were asked by COMRES what they thought about British Society and cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad. The poll asked British Muslims two questions:
- 1) ‘Do you agree or disagree with these eight statements about British society…? (Table 5)
- 2) ‘Do you agree or disagree with these six statements about cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad …?’ (Table 14)
The government’s long-awaited response, to its consultation on marriage according to the usages of belief organisations, was published this week. A “belief organisation” is:- An organisation whose principal or sole…
We intend to produce some posters for our Faith-free Education campaign. We have plenty of ideas of concepts and text, but need some help with the layout and graphic design.…