The Freethinkers of Colorado Springs hold that beliefs must be formed on the basis of science and logic instead of emotion, authority, tradition, or dogma. Founded in 1993 in response to Colorado's Amendment Two, the Freethinkers of Colorado Springs advocate the use of reason, defend the separation of church and state, and support human rights, civil rights, tolerance, and equality for all.

"In God Some of Us Trust."

American Freethought -- Four-Part Film Series Continues

02/25/2015 - 19:00
02/25/2015 - 21:00

"American Freethought," a four-part documentary presented by the Council for Secular Humanism and written, produced, and directed by Roderick Bradford, is being presented by the Freethinkers of Colorado Springs on consecutive Wednesday evenings, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Please click "Read more" for all the details . . .

FIRST PLACE Faithful to the Founders? by Ken Burrows: September 2014

Faithful to the Founders?

by Ken Burrows


The May 5th Supreme Court decision in Town of Greece v. Galloway concluded that the practice by the Greece, NY, town board of opening its meetings with predominantly Christian prayer does not violate the Establishment Clause of the Constitution. This ruling greenlights a certain religious imposition on those citizens attending the town board meetings who see themselves as excluded or at least marginalized by being subjected to official governmental prayer, sectarian in nature, that effectively endorses a faith they do not themselves subscribe to.

UNCancelled! February Social -- Charles Darwin Birthday Party

02/14/2015 - 18:00
02/14/2015 - 21:00

Savellis has opened for us with a limited menu. We hope you can make it!

We are celebrating Charles Darwin, whose birthday is February 12th, and it will be a bit different than the usual social: it will be held at a restaurant, so it is not a potluck. Do not bring any food or drink — just bring yourself, your spouse and/or friend, and your appetite! Please click "Read more" for all the details . . .

Secular Sunday Brunch

03/01/2015 - 09:30
03/01/2015 - 12:30

This is a social event where non-religious people get together to both strengthen friendships and make new friends. Some people buy food, some just tea or coffee, and some buy nothing. No one leads the events. We just talk, listen, and visit. 

January 16th is National Religious Freedom Day

NATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM DAY

Learn more here: http://religiousfreedomday.com/

 

Thank you.

Je suis Charlie

by  Andrew Seidel, Freedom From Religion Foundation

 

The satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo is the latest target for religiously-motivated violence. Three Muslim men didn't like the way the authors, journalists, and cartoonists thought, so they murdered them. Twelve lives ended. Families shattered. Children parentless. And Bill Donahue of the Catholic League says, "Muslims are right to be angry." Donahue sided with the murderers, condemning only their method but saying that we should not "tolerate the kind of intolerance that provoked this violent reaction" and that it was "too bad" Charlie's editor "didn't understand the role he played in his" own death. Isn't it just like religion to blame the victim?

"American Freethought" -- Four-Part Film Series -- Part Two

02/18/2015 - 19:00
02/18/2015 - 21:00

"American Freethought," a four-part documentary presented by the Council for Secular Humanism and written, produced, and directed by Roderick Bradford, will be presented by the Freethinkers of Colorado Springs on four consecutive Wednesday evenings, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, beginning February 11th. Please click "Read more" for additional details ...

SECOND PLACE Fairness for Palestine?, by Bill Durland J.D. Ph.D.: October 2014

Fairness for Palestine?

By Bill Durland, J.D., Ph.D.

 

How may we determine whether Palestine should be a free, independent and sovereign nation? When critical thinking employs justice, logic and humane treatment, we may be able to answer that. So what is in the way? There are myths Americans believe that have clouded their thinking.

One Lone Non-believer Stops "In God We Trust" Sign in City Hall

Ballwin officials voted Monday to reject a plan to to put up an "In God We Trust" sign on city property.

The Holy Infant Knights of Columbus had pledged $750 to putting the motto on a sign in this St. Louis suburb. All the plan needed was the approval of the city's board of aldermen.

The aldermen voted 6 to 2 against displaying the motto "In God We Trust" in four-inch letters behind the dais, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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