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A Humanist Forced Out For Being Out As a Humanist

A Humanist Forced Out For Being Out As a Humanist

Anonymous guest post regarding life for nonbelievers in the military. As I packed my bags for redeployment within theater, I continue to wonder if I’ve been discriminated against for my requests for equality. It probably started when I was in … Continue reading

Offutt Christmas In Advocacy and Celebration

Offutt Christmas In Advocacy and Celebration

Tom Gray near Offutt Air Force Base continues excellent work building a strong community integrated with the local military installation. His group celebrated with a display at the Nebraska Capitol. This was alongside other religious displays, allowing for a joint holiday … Continue reading

Family Research Council Advertises Military Humanism

Family Research Council Advertises Military Humanism

The Family Research Council has chosen to celebrate Humanism as a way to advance its agenda of hate against LGBT persons. FRC has accepted a guest blog from an anonymous (and prudent) Air Force officer. The blog lays out the … Continue reading

Chaplains Are Atheists In Foxholes

Chaplains Are Atheists In Foxholes

This Memorial Day, the Washington Post examined how some chaplains struggle to reconcile their faith with the terrors of war: “What happens when the military chaplain is shaken by war” by Michelle Boorstein. The article provides some candid and real … Continue reading

Profile: Army LTC (Ret) Tom Gray

Profile: Army LTC (Ret) Tom Gray

I recently retired from our Army after serving 24 years active duty and another four years as a cadet. There were certainly times when I, my peers, and our soldiers would have benefited from counsel by a Humanist chaplain. When … Continue reading