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Welcome to ASU's Secular Freethought Society
Freethought is the idea and practice of forming one's opinions independent of tradition, authority, and established belief. It is especially pertinent to the rejection of religious beliefs based on such justifications. Secularism is the idea and practice in which religion and supernatural beliefs are not seen as the key to understanding the world, and are segregated from matters of governance and public policy.

"I love humans. Always seeing patterns in things that aren't there."

- Doctor Who

Purpose of this organization:

I - To provide a forum for rational discussion of non-religious based philosophies, the role of religion in the public sphere, and related issues of secularism, including separation of church and state. This will be done by sponsoring lectures, films, discussions, and social events.

II - To create a community in which non-religious people, such as freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, agnostics, humanists, and those with naturalistic world views feel welcome and comfortable.

III - To defend freedom of expression and civil liberties for all, religious and non-religious persons alike.

IV - To promote ethical actions that stem from the notion that people must take responsibility for their own lives and the communities and world in which we live.

What's New

Read our favorite online review of the new Creationist Museum in Kentucky.

Also, read about how the new-earth geology is implemented in the fossil fields.

We need more than one day of rest here at SFS. Look for new events for the fall semester. In the mean time, check out all those links in the Postmodern religion section or catch up with the latest in FSM sightings.

Upcoming SFS Happy Hour - details TBA

PhotoBook SFS 6-6-06 Happy Hour

PhotoBook Normal Bob Smith Ministries come to ASU

SFS Online Discussion Board - post articles and discussion topics.

Don't Miss the Latest in Boredom Prevention - you never know what you might find.

For more information, or to sign up for the SFS listserv, contact: secular@asu.edu

Help increase membership – print out and distribute these Posters (PDF). Also - use these handouts - fold - cut - and distribute!

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