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[News] The Humanist Society of Scotland launches its Darwin Day podcasts

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The Humanist Society of Scotland launches its Darwin Day podcasts <p>The BBC does not allow secular thinkers on 'Thought For The Day' and is committed to keeping the slot religious. <a class="glossary-term" href="/glossary#term204"><acronym title="IHEU: IHEU builds and represents the global humanist movement that defends human rights and promotes humanist values world-wide. Founded in in 1952, IHEU is the sole world umbrella organisation for humanist, atheist, rationalist, secularist, skeptic, laique, ethical cultural, freethought and similar organisations world-wide. Read more...">IHEU</acronym></a> member organization The <a class="glossary-term" href="/glossary#term257"><acronym title="humanist: A person who adheres to or advocates humanism">Humanist</acronym></a> Society of Scotland affirms that morality and ethics are not the sole preserve of faith groups and so has decided to create and podcast its own Humanist TFTDs on <a href="http://www.thinkhuma...umanist.org</a> This will be available to every Humanist organisation throughout the world. The aim is both to offer an alternative to religious morality and to show the BBC and the public that Humanists can be equally, if not more, thought provoking than religious thinkers, when tackling moral and ethical issues.</p> <p><a href="http://www.iheu.org/...node/2506">read more</a></p> http://www.iheu.org/node/2506


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