Category: humanism

Whilst out and about in Liverpool today, I spied a few much-anticipated adverts for the BHA’s Census Campaign on the sides of a few buses. It’s always great to see humanist causes championed, but immediately I noticed something wrong. Rather than the snappy, humorous phrase on their website: If you’re not religious, for God’s sake …

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Posted on: March 5, 2011 | Author: Tom
Categories: campaigns humanism

The good BHA (the British Humanist Association) are campaigning for a change in next year’s national census. The problem? The question “What is your religion?” leads to a very distorted picture of the state of religion in the UK. As the BHA explain on their website, asking “What is your religion?” implies that you DO …

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Posted on: October 13, 2010 | Author: Tom
Categories: campaigns humanism