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In world’s most religious country, humanists rally for secular space

By The Christian Science Monitor
Monday, November 26, 2012 0:23 EDT
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Very crowded beach with a market and numerous fishing boats in Accra in Ghana via Shuttestock
 
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In world's most religious country, humanists rally for secular space

In Ghana, where deeply held religious beliefs unite much of the population, a new group has formed around a shared disbelief in religion. The Humanist Association of Ghana practices a philosophy that is mostly unheard of in Ghana, which a recent survey ranked as the most religious country in the world…



[Very crowded beach with a market and numerous fishing boats in Accra in Ghana via Shutterstock.com.]

 
 
 
 
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