CFI’s Reasonable Talk, our video series showcasing the best of CFI’s conferences and events, is back for a fifth season, starting with three great talks from CSICon 2017 in Las Vegas.
In Donald Trump’s version of the Environmental Protection Agency, administrator Scott Pruitt sees to it that the agency does anything but protect the environment. It follows, then, that the Trump Administration would find a way to make it so that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) takes steps to prevent humans from receiving …
The Atlantic introduced the world to a Center for Inquiry program that exemplifies our commitment to free inquiry and humanist values: Secular Rescue.
Will sugar really kill you? Or will it be artificial sweeteners that do you in? Is it really better to eat organic, or is it more of a status symbol? Point of Inquiry host Paul Fidalgo is, like many folks, confused about all of the conflicting health and nutrition information swirling around.
Free Inquiry, the magazine of CFI’s Council for Secular Humanism, is practically ablaze from the disagreement between freethought factions as to whether Jesus was a real person or a myth.
CFI Michigan hosted their annual Solstice Dinners in Grand Rapids and Madison Heights (in the Detroit Area) on December 13 and 16 respectively, with 120 combined attendees, despite the terrible snow storm.
The new year begins with a new chapter for two of the Center for Inquiry’s vital and active local branches, as two dedicated members of the CFI family step into key leadership roles.
Louis Appignani will double the power of every contribution that comes in from now until the end of 2017, but that’s just a few short days away!
The religious right has been relentless in its efforts to dismantle the Johnson Amendment, the law that bars tax-exempt nonprofits, such as churches and the Center for Inquiry, from endorsing or advocating against candidates for political office.