A cold start from an old church graveyard in Donougmore through the plains of Munster’s Golden Vale, Paul took a break to read text messages in Bweeng, on passed Nazareth house (Maybe they have a little baby Jesus crib?

 

Why we should encourage people who don’t believe in gods to publicly self-identify and atheists, and two challenges to making that happen. Extract from a talk by Michael Nugent, chairperson of Atheist Ireland, at the Gods and Politics Conference in Copenhagen in June 2010.

 

Atheists, humanists and rationalists should work together at whatever level of activism each person feels most comfortable, and using whatever self-identification that each person feels most comfortable with. Extract from a talk by Michael Nugent, chairperson of Atheist Ireland, at the Gods and Politics Conference in Copenhagen in June 2010.

 

The recent reports into child sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests in ireland have shown how the impact of child sex abuse can last into adulthood. Extract from a talk by Michael Nugent, chairperson of Atheist Ireland, at the Gods and Politics Conference in Copenhagen in June 2010, co-hosted by Atheist Alliance International and the Danish Atheist Society.

 

The Irish blasphemy law has already affected international blasphemy laws. The Islamic states are quoting it at the United Nations, and the Indonesian Constitutional Court has used it to support a decision to uphold the Indonesian blasphemy law.

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