Our own Matthew Hicks gets existential before Christmas

AN ABSURD LIFT  What is the meaning of life? Or rather, what is the point of being alive? It is a question that many people ask and many more ignore.  For Continue Reading →

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Our own Tarquin Shipley speaks rationally on 4thought.tv

     Why do bad things happen to good people? Click here to view

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The religious do tie themselves in knots don’t they?

Military chaplains threatened by bid to redefine marriage Military chaplains who do not support same-sex marriage could be dismissed under Government plans, a former Defence Minister has warned. Sir Gerald Continue Reading →

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Philosopher Professor Richard Norman to deliver the key note speech at the UKAFHA AGM

Richard Norman taught philosophy at the University of Kent for many years, working mainly in the areas of moral and political philosophy, including both theoretical and practical ethics, and is Continue Reading →

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UKAFHA member lays a wreath for the North Devon Humanists on Remembrance Sunday

The Royal British Legion allowed UKAFHA member Jon Wilkes to lay a wreath for the second year running. Jon joined the ceremony on behalf of North Devon Humanists (a sub-group Continue Reading →

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Members – why not come to the UKAFHA AGM?

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Once a Soldier…

This month is the second anniversary of the passing of a great UKAFHA member, Edward Dudley. If nothing else puts paid to the nonsense notion of no atheists in ‘slit Continue Reading →

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Article in the Guardian by our very own David Brittain

On Remembrance Sunday, let humanists lay a wreath Atheists and humanists who fought in the world wars have been excluded from the ceremony. We must remember them too. ‘Nearly 15% Continue Reading →

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UKAFHA Member Nick Senior on Channel 4

Who are the real heroes?

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Article in The Telegraph

Christian and atheist soldiers both pay the ultimate price Many of those who died fighting will not have their representative at London’s Cenotaph Remembering: the fallen who had no faith Continue Reading →

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