Round-up of recent talks by the Freethinker team, as well as a couple from the National Secular Society and Conway Hall.
Stephen Evans of the National Secular Society argues that the state should not fund religiously segregated faith schools, and examines the main political parties' positions on this and related issues.
Reflections by an earlier editor of the Freethinker on the relationship between humanists, secularists, freethinkers and rationalists – and why differences could be beneficial.
On the contribution made by humanists to ethical debates and political campaigning for gay law reform, nuclear disarmament and human rights.
'Philo of Alexandria concurred: "...it seemed good to the lawgivers to mutilate the organ which ministers to such connections".'
The views of Chapman Cohen, former president of the National Secular Society and editor of the Freethinker, on freethought and secularism