Consumer Lawyer Is A Leader In Humanist Community

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Last summer, Rocky Hill attorney Daniel S. Blinn spoke on Connecticut public radio station WNPR with news that surprised some people: He doesn't believe in God. Blinn, who is a religious humanist, was part of the public radio station's discussion of the rise of non-believers in America and how their particular movements are gaining wider acceptance across the country.

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  • Dan Blinn

    To clarify, the upcoming Secular Assembly for the North East is sponsored by the CT Coalition of Reason and a number of other humanist, atheist, and secular organizations. The event is being at at the University of New Haven, but UNH has no other involvement in the conference.

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