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Great publicity for Sunshine Coast Atheists, Reason Australia and the forthcoming 2012 Global Atheist Convention in this morning’s paper (Sunshine Coast Sunday, 21 August, 2011). Articles reproduced on Chrys’ blog.
Two of our Sunshine Coast members, Danny and Vicki, appear in this program from ABC’s Compass.
Challenging the Chaplains – Part 1
Challenging the Chaplains – Part 2
Want to know more about the High Court Challenge against Federal funding for the National School Chaplaincy Program?
Chrys Stevenson wrote a pre-hearing summary for ABC’s The Drum and a series of blog posts during the hearing:
High Court Challenge: We Arrive in Canberra
High Court Challenge: Last Man Standing?
High Court Challenge – Day 1: The Hearing Begins
We love this blog post from Queenslander, David Thorne.
Nowhere in the Bible does Jesus have a Swordfight
When the school chaplain sends home a permission slip for David’s son, Seb, to attend a play about ‘the true meaning of Easter’ – with the ‘yes’ box already ticked – David engages in a cialis 20 mg series [...]
Reason Makes a Difference have put up a campaign for the St James Ethics cialis course trial in NSW. The form has options for non-NSW people and some proposed text that you can change or add to if you like.
It would be good to see some support from Qld. Hopefully we will be fighting this [...]
Geoffrey Robertson, QC
From the Times Online:
Richard Dawkins: I will arrest Pope Benedict XVI
Dawkins and Hitchens work with Australian human rights lawyer, Geoffrey Robertson to mount a case against the Pope.
A Clarification From Richard Dawkins on RDnet:
Comment #478580 by Richard Dawkins on April 11, 2010, 8:48am
Needless to say, I did NOT say “I will arrest Pope Benedict [...]
It’s a Sunday evening in Melbourne, Australia. The Rise of Atheism Global Atheist Convention has just concluded and I’m sitting in the bar at the Hilton Hotel having an animated discussion about how to build on the momentum of this amazing event.
This Easter, many of Australia’s church leaders abandoned their traditional Easter messages to issue dire warnings about the imminent onslaught of the heathen hoards … It seems that that while Cardinal Pell, Archbishop Jensen, Bishop Fisher, Reverend Moyes and theologian, Scott Stephens are ardent supporters of freedom of religion, they’re not so big on freedom from religion.