Tag Archives: humanism
American religion is a conundrum. Americans manage to combine deep religious devotion with wide religious diversity, all the while remaining remarkably tolerant of each other. What factors have shaped the current religious landscape in the United States? What characteristics do
In 1877 Thomas Edison invented the phonograph. Ever the showman, Edison liked to demonstrate his device by allowing people to speak into the machine, after which he’d play the recording back for them. However, back in the late 1800s, the technology
Redefining the role of the corporation must be a primary goal of the humanist movement of our generation.
Distributive economic justice and the super rich
Nontheistic soldiers speak out against “Spiritual Fitness” test
Supporting Terry Jones’s Koran burning without qualification
I recently celebrated my wedding anniversary, having been married to the same woman for thirty-one years without ever straying. Newt Gingrich has been married three times, divorced one wife while she was recovering from surgery, and has had extra-marital affairs.
HAVE YOU HUGGED a friendly multinational corporation today? So the PR campaign for corporate America may go if the left’s populist anger toward corporate benefits continues to ramp up. Hackles were raised in the lead up to tax day this
It seems we nontheists go by many names—atheist, secularist, freethinker, humanist, secular humanist, rationalist, agnostic, and so on—as if these differences actually mean something. I’ve heard people imply that there is some sort of ideological difference between them, as if
Three American peace activists meet their young Afghani counterparts.