New Articles of humanist interest

Ethical Culture Journal October 2017 read
Gregory A. Smith, A growing share of Americans say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral read
Roy Speckhardt, The Religious Right Is Selling Its Soul read
David Niose, Boy Scouts Still Shut the Door on Some Kids read
Sincere Kirabo, Fostering Inclusive Humanism at FERAL read
Elizabeth O’Casey, Where there is state religion, there is less freedom read
Hackney History of Charles Bradlaugh read
David Breeden, Reasons for Breaking a Windshield read
Barb Lutz, Take it from me: How not to handle military condolences calls read
Hemant Mehta,, Rep. Jared Huffman Announces He’s a Humanist: “I Don’t Believe in God” read
Humanist Ring Jennifer Hancock’s sites
Chris Sloggett, ‘Life of Brian,’ 38 Years On: De Facto Blasphemy is Alive and Well read
Recovering from Religion Site, podcasts
David Breeden,The Virtue of Not Being Above Average read
Hemant Mehta. Does Your Church Have Secrets? FaithLeaks Wants To Know All About Them read
Hemant Mehta, Far Too Many Americans Consider Themselves “Spiritual But Not Religious” “It’s a strange euphemism. It’s meaningless, yet worthy of mockery.: read
Julian Baggini, I still love Kierkegaard read
Vikram Zutshi, In Praise of Blasphemy read
Gregory A. Smith, A growing share of Americans say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral read
Dennis Rasmussen, He died as he lived: David Hume, philosopher and infidel read
Jennifer Bardi, Gamm On: The Humanist Interview with Philanthropist Gordon Gamm read
David Breeden,Yes, But What Is Humanism? read
Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community (UUJEC) read
Michael Shermer, Scientific Naturalism: A Manifesto for Enlightenment Humanism read
SOPHIE ELMHIRST, Philip Pullman Returns to His Fantasy World read
Religious Naturalism and Its Place in the Family of Religions read
. How Kurt Vonnegut Found His Voice and His Themes read
Michael Shermer, Why Skepticism Is the Right Approach to the Afterlife, Immortality, and Utopia read
David Breeden, Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself read

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