23 Jul '11, 1am
Growing no. of people in Singapore who don't believe in a God have banded together, registered as the Humanist Society
Humanist Society president Paul Tobin (left, seated) with his children Elizabeth, three, and William, four, and wife Jacqueline, at a gathering of humanists on Thursday evening at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE A GROWING number of people here who do not believe in a God have banded together, determined to be unapologetic about being non-religious. Registered as the Humanist Society (Singapore) last October, their ranks have since expanded from 10 to 100 registered, fee-paying members. Read the full story in Saturday's edition of The Straits Times.