J. E. Hill
J. E. Hill is a member of the Inland Empire Freethought Society (Spokane, WA), the Freedom From Religion Foundation, and the Association of Ancient Historians. Hill has had articles published in Free Inquiry, Freethought Today, and Swift, as well as on The Secular Web and numerous other Internet sites. Hill has also made presentations for the Humanist Focus Group (Spokane) and the Atheist Alliance conference. Hill retired as an elected member of his local school board where he served for over thirteen years, ten of those as Board Chair. He is an expert in celestial navigation, plays semipro pocket billiards, and is an accomplished magician.
Lincoln and Kennedy: A living legacy in inconsistent consistencies...
How would the religious community react if Congress was to pass legislation requiring churches and other houses of worship to comply with the same laws that they want to apply to the public?
This short essay explores the concepts of marriage in terms of biblical principles.
Are your really being persecuted for being a Christian in the public square? Lets put that notion to the test.
Somewhere along the line, our founding fathers dumped hundreds of years of religious influence and went secular. How do we know? Historical documents prove the case. Aside from the Declaration of Independence and Constitution there were numerous other state and federal documents that support the principle of separation of church and state.
Since the absence of the Christian religion (or any religion) is mandated for public schools by virtue of the Establishment Clause, the Religious Right asserts that secularism or humanism is taught by default. Where is the secular humanism content? Is it in the books? Is it in the curriculum? Teaching methods? Administration? The answer is that it is nowhere to be found.
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