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Filipino Freethinkers




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Current Rank: 6 (Religion)
URL: http://filipinofreethinkers.org/
Site Description: The group blog of Filipino Freethinkers, the largest, most active group of freethinkers in the Philippines. We practice and promote reason, science, secularism, and, of course, freethinking.
Date Joined: Mar 8, 2009

Tags: reason, freethought, atheism, science, humanism


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Dwindling Church Attendance, Statistics, and Grief
on Apr 12, 2013 in Politics Religion Society Archbishop Oscar Cruz Bishop Martin Jumoad Roman Catholic Church SWS The one strand you can gather from their responses can be summed up as, “my local parish seems to be doing fine, so the study must be wrong.” This is a classic fallacy of composition, where what is true for a part is assumed to be true for the wh...



Filipino Freethinkers Meetup, April 13 (Saturday), 2:30 PM, 121 Grille, Chino Roces Ave
on Apr 9, 2013 in Meetup Location: 121 Grille, 2nd flr Allegro Center, Chino Roces Ave, Makati City (Google map) Date: Saturday, April 13, 2013 Time: 2:30PM – 5:30PM RSVP on Facebook Topics: - Political Dynasties - Voter & Candidate Eligibility - Trivia Time! Poli...



Meet a Freethinker: Ryan James Amparo
on Apr 2, 2013 in Meet a Freethinker FF-UPLB Meet a Freethinker is our series featuring freethinkers of all backgrounds and perspectives.



It’s Not the Size That Matters: How the Team Patay Tarps Circumvent Comelec Regulations
on Apr 1, 2013 in Politics Religion Secularism Church meddling comelec Diocese of Bacolod RH Bill Roman Catholic Church secularism separation of church and state Team Buhay Team Patay Two weeks ago, on March 19, the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on the Team Patay tarpaulins. Dean Ralph Sarmiento of La Salle Bacolod, counsel for Bacolod Bishop Vicente Navarra, defended the bishop by invoking his rights to religious fre...



Lab Letters Issue #10: BIL Gates, Darwin’s Letters, and an Otherworldly Green Rock
on Apr 1, 2013 in Science lab letters Welcome to Lab Letters, FF's weekly science micro-post!



I Never Asked Jesus to Die (And Neither Did You)
on Mar 30, 2013 in Religion Easter jesus christ resurrection vicarious atonement This is the Christian faith: that Jesus died for our sins that we may have eternal life, if we believe.



Why Conservatives Might Still Win Next Election
on Mar 27, 2013 in Uncategorized I rarely read the morning paper, much less buy it. Being almost always connected to the Internet, I still haven’t found any convenience or practicality in doing so, although I do find novelty in folding my way through an oversized broadsheet. B...



Lab Letters Issue #9: Squared Circles, Faster Swallows, and the Golden Record
on Mar 26, 2013 in Science lab letters Welcome to another issue of Lab Letters, FF's weekly science micro-post!



Meet A Freethinker: Ria Caringal
on Mar 24, 2013 in Meet a Freethinker Meet a Freethinker is our series featuring freethinkers of all backgrounds and perspectives.



Your Senatoriable’s Not-So-Fabulous Stance on Gay Marriage
on Mar 21, 2013 in Advocacy Gender Rights Humor Politics Religion Society Bigotry gay marriage May 2013 elections With the Papal elections winding down in the Vatican, most pinoys are beginning to focus their attention on our very own parade of horribles: The May 2013 Elections. The people will be voting for candidates who most closely adhere to their wants and...



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