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  • My conversation about slavery with a Mormon apologetic

    Divided Under God
    Kevin Davis
    11 Aug 2014 | 11:51 am
    Occasionally I pop onto Twitter and search for “atheist” or “atheism” to see what people are saying.  For the most part I’m looking for new people to follow who may have interesting things to say, or I’m looking for people who are looking for help in relating to atheists and offering my book as an aid.  Last night I came across a gentleman who decided it would be cool to tweet out to the world, “To Atheist; God keeps his promises, he never lies, try him.”  Now, normally I don’t seek these types of people out, but since he started out…
  • Let’s Get to Work! Regional Workforce Observations

    Silicon Valley East
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    As we all return from the Labor Day Holiday having celebrated the end of summer with friends and family, it’s probably fair to say I spent more time reflecting on the spirit of the holiday than most. That’s because at the Alameda County Workforce Investment Board (ACWIB), our sole mission is to develop and lead the current and future East Bay workforce to quality and fulfilling employment opportunities. What surprises many is that we don’t just serve job seekers, but we also devote equal attention to employers, assisting them with a range of workforce needs.
  • Arizona Government Health Clinics

    U.S. Government Assistance and Benefits
    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:03 am
    Arizona features a number of free and reduced-cost health clinics that operated via federal government grants. These clinics are perfect for Arizona residents who have limited financial income and cannot afford more expensive healthcare, but require medical attention nonetheless. Canyonlands Urgent Care Walk In Continental Family Medical Ctr Mobile Md Van CrewsN Hlthmobile Adelante Healthcare Sunset Chc School Based Clinic Rancho Viejo Crane Elementary School District No 13 Maricopa County Department Of Public Health Services Mesa Fhc Ihh Pir East Valley North Country Winslow Site Noah…
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    Divided Under God

  • My conversation about slavery with a Mormon apologetic

    Kevin Davis
    11 Aug 2014 | 11:51 am
    Occasionally I pop onto Twitter and search for “atheist” or “atheism” to see what people are saying.  For the most part I’m looking for new people to follow who may have interesting things to say, or I’m looking for people who are looking for help in relating to atheists and offering my book as an aid.  Last night I came across a gentleman who decided it would be cool to tweet out to the world, “To Atheist; God keeps his promises, he never lies, try him.”  Now, normally I don’t seek these types of people out, but since he started out…
  • New Site Feature: Progressive Atheism

    Kevin Davis
    3 Aug 2014 | 5:44 pm
    If you’ve logged on to DividedUnderGod.com recently, you may have noticed some changes to the site.  As most of you know, I recently finished writing and published my first book, Understanding an Atheist: A Practical Guide to Relating to Nonbelievers.  The book had its own website where readers could follow the progress of the book, ask questions, and ultimately preorder books or purchase signed copies.  Now that the book is finished and available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, there’s not much need for it to have its own website.  So the site was moved over to…
  • Reminder: Live-tweet Today at Secular Invocation 6pm ET

    Kevin Davis
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Join us as we unite for a secular government tonight at 6pm Eastern! I’ll be live-tweeting from the Town of Greece meeting and press conference at @DividedUnderGod. Follow #townofgreece to join in the conversation! More details here.Filed under: Church & State, Headlines Tagged: Atheism, Atheist, Christianity, Church and state, Constitutional issues, Establishment Clause, first amendment, freedom of religion, politics, Religion, Religion in politics, secular, Supreme court, Town of Greece, Town of Greece v. Galloway
  • Atheists Will Be Well Represented in Town of Greece Tuesday

    Kevin Davis
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:57 pm
    Photo courtesy Dan Courtney On Tuesday July 15th, the Town of Greece, known recently for the Supreme Court ruling regarding opening prayers at town meetings, will open its meeting with a secular invocation.  The address will be delivered by Dan Courtney of the Atheist Community of Rochester (ACoR), a local group of nonbelievers whose membership has been steadily growing. News of the event has made its way through the Rochester, NY area, all the way into the national spotlight recently.  More media outlets have been picking up the story every day it seems.  As a result, atheist and secular…
  • Pennsylvania House Passes Bill Deemed to Be an ‘Exercise in Silliness’

    Kevin Davis
    10 Jun 2014 | 12:12 pm
    Last Monday, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill that would clear the way for the National Motto, “In God We Trust,” to be posted in all PA public schools. One of the few lawmakers to vote “no” on the bill was Democratic Representative Mike O’Brien. Rep. O’Brien warned against supporting legislation that promotes any public religious statement, saying, image courtesy http://www.legis.state.pa.us Our role is not to create a theocracy, but to create a commonwealth that represents all people of all beliefs, and I think that…
 
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    Silicon Valley East

  • Let’s Get to Work! Regional Workforce Observations

    2 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    As we all return from the Labor Day Holiday having celebrated the end of summer with friends and family, it’s probably fair to say I spent more time reflecting on the spirit of the holiday than most. That’s because at the Alameda County Workforce Investment Board (ACWIB), our sole mission is to develop and lead the current and future East Bay workforce to quality and fulfilling employment opportunities. What surprises many is that we don’t just serve job seekers, but we also devote equal attention to employers, assisting them with a range of workforce needs.
  • Labor Day Special:A Bucket of Crab, and First-time Restaurant Advice

    27 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Cut the Crab. Seriously! With a fantastic name — and an interior that will transport you straight to the docks of the bay — Fremont’s first restaurant devoted to Cajun-inspired crustaceans opened on August 1 to rave Yelp reviews. We recently chatted with owner Leroy Le and his Ivy Commercial Realtors, Tim Tran and David Tran of the Ivy Group, about opening a first-time restaurant, and what it takes to be successful.
  • Our Favorite Blogs Part 3: Retail and Real Estate

    25 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    It’s tough keeping up with the latest retail trends and real estate transactions. Never fear, there are a plethora of blog and newsletter options to keep you up-to-speed. Here are a few choice selections from my own inbox.
  • Recap of Experience Electric - The Better Ride Event at Pacific Commons

    20 Aug 2014 | 1:00 pm
    As the East Bay’s electric vehicle capital, the City of Fremont is proud to have hosted a very successful electric vehicle ride-and-drive event on Saturday, August 9 at the Pacific Commons Shopping Center. With nearly 300 electric vehicle test drives and more than 500 event attendees, the Fremont “Experience Electric—The Better Ride” event provided residents with the opportunity to view and test drive the newest EVs on the market.
  • Exploring the Bay Area’s Innovation Ecosystem – First Stop: The Shipyard at Hunter’s Point

    18 Aug 2014 | 9:15 am
    There is no question that the Bay Area is home to some amazing innovation infrastructure – from San Leandro’s ambitious Broadband Initiative, to San Jose’s Cleantech demonstration center dubbed “Prospect Silicon Valley”. Mix in the hundreds of incubators, accelerators and co-working facilities, along with education initiatives and entrepreneur training, and you couldn’t ask for a better "innovation cocktail”.
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  • Arizona Government Health Clinics

    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:03 am
    Arizona features a number of free and reduced-cost health clinics that operated via federal government grants. These clinics are perfect for Arizona residents who have limited financial income and cannot afford more expensive healthcare, but require medical attention nonetheless. Canyonlands Urgent Care Walk In Continental Family Medical Ctr Mobile Md Van CrewsN Hlthmobile Adelante Healthcare Sunset Chc School Based Clinic Rancho Viejo Crane Elementary School District No 13 Maricopa County Department Of Public Health Services Mesa Fhc Ihh Pir East Valley North Country Winslow Site Noah…
  • Migrant And Community Outreach Sites

    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:06 am
    Migrant And Community Outreach Sites is located in Douglas, Arizona in Cochise County. More information about Migrant And Community Outreach Sites is located below. Facility Name: Migrant And Community Outreach Sites City: Douglas Address: 1100 F Ave State: Arizona Zip Code: 85607-1919 Phone Number: 520-364-3285 Admin Phone Number: 520-364-1429 Website: www.cchci.org
  • Heuser Family Health Center

    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:06 am
    Heuser Family Health Center is located in Phoenix, Arizona in Maricopa County. More information about Heuser Family Health Center is located below. Facility Name: Heuser Family Health Center City: Phoenix Address: 7301 E 2nd St # 210 State: Arizona Zip Code: Phone Number: Admin Phone Number: 602-449-2811 Website:
  • Pima Partnership High School

    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:06 am
    Pima Partnership High School is located in Tucson, Arizona in Pima County. More information about Pima Partnership High School is located below. Facility Name: Pima Partnership High School City: Tucson Address: 1346 N Stone Ave State: Arizona Zip Code: 85705-7338 Phone Number: 520-326-2528 Admin Phone Number: 520-326-2528 Website: maranahealthcenter.org
  • St Marys Hospital Wound Hc

    admin
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:06 am
    St Marys Hospital Wound Hc is located in Tucson, Arizona in Pima County. More information about St Marys Hospital Wound Hc is located below. Facility Name: St Marys Hospital Wound Hc City: Tucson Address: 1802 W Saint Marys Rd State: Arizona Zip Code: 85745-2619 Phone Number: 520-670-3707 Admin Phone Number: 520-670-3706 Website: www.elrio.org
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