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Topics: Atheism & Secularism, History, Philosophy, Religion, Sociology & Anthropology
Subtopics: History of atheism/secularism, Separation of church and state
Elizabeth Barre is a comparative ethicist who works on questions that lie at the intersection of moral philosophy and the history of religion, with a specific focus on Muslim, Christian, and secular political ethics. She has written about the ways recent Muslim debates about liberalism, democracy, and the separation of religion and politics are similar …Learn more about Elizabeth Barre >
Topics: Education, Humanism, Social Issues & Movements, Sociology & Anthropology
Subtopics: African American humanism, Atheist/secular movement
Christopher Cameron is Associate Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is the author of To Plead Our Own Cause: African Americans in Massachusetts and the Making of the Antislavery Movement (Kent State University Press, …Learn more about Christopher Cameron >
Topics: Humanism, Religion, Social Issues & Movements
Subtopics: African American humanism, Atheist/secular movement, Leaving religion
Candace received her Bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education from North Carolina Central University. She received her Master’s degree in mental health counseling from Wake Forest University. Candace’s religious background is varied, including Jehovah’s Witnesses and Methodist. At 18, she joined a very charismatic ministry during which time she was ordained as an evangelist, prophetess, …Learn more about Candace Gorham >