Tag Archives: secular

The ‘Muslim Fostering Row’ Gives a Glimpse into Christian Identity Politics

The notorious ‘Muslim fostering row’ is a perfect example of the media fanning the flames by using the language of religious identity politics. An obvious danger of fetishising religious identities within our politics is that aggressive majorities can play the game quite as well as anyone else. This was neatly …

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Interview with ​Jennifer C. Gutierrez Baltazar – Executive Director of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI)-

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is your family and personal story – culture, education, and geography? I have three siblings, and I’m the second eldest. I was catholic schooled since prep to high school, but, even when I was very young, I was already a freethinker (and a natural one – since I …

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