The Course of Reason

Music Monday: The Plastic Wave

May 21, 2012 Cody Hashman

Sometimes the content of a song is less important that the face that the song can and does exist. While I do not want to delgitimize the quality of music from today’s Music Monday artist–it is quite good and I listen to them often–the reason it is being featured is because of the inspiring fact, that against all odds, it could be heard and heard live.  

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CFI Leadership Stories

May 14, 2012 Dren Asselmeier

Center for Inquiry On Campus (and its predecessor, the Campus Freethought Alliance) has been connecting students with knowledge, resources, and other leading secular activists and scientists for over fifteen years. We believe that it is our job to inspire students and to educate the secular leaders of tomorrow so that they can expand on the limits of our knowledge and bring reason to the coming generations. A big part of how we fulfill this mission of being a jumping-off point for young freethinkers is by holding our annual student leadership conference. It is a chance for students to come together in real life and relate leadership experiences, share how-to tips, make connections, and inspire each other. Several students who attended the 2011 Student Leadership Conference have offered to share their stories so that others can get an idea of what to expect, why it is important, and how you can help. This is one of those stories.

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Secular Campus Group’s Office Vandalized; Group Responds

May 10, 2012 Debbie Goddard

This morning the Titans for Reason, the secular pro-science student group at California State University – Fullerton, found their on-campus office space vandalized, apparently by a religious individual or group.

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Proudly I Am The Fool

May 8, 2012 Seth Kurtenbach

The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. -Psalm 14:1

Sometimes theists say this to me. They mean to call me a fool. Of course, it’s not them saying it; they are merely quoting the bible. If I weren’t properly medicated, that sort of thing might hurt my feelings. I used to just tell myself, “Nah, it’s not true, Seth. You’re not a fool.” But maybe I am a fool. After all, it says so in the bible.

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Music Monday: Josh Ritter - “Galahad”

May 7, 2012 Cody Hashman

This isn't the first time Josh Ritter has made an appearance on Music Monday. That is no accident. As mentioned before, I have been a long time fan of Mr. Ritter's music.

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