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Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

Resources for the Newly Enlightened Atheist

There is significant angst in the military community about ‘loss of faith’. Loss of faith is listed explicitly as a moral injury and contributor to general and even traumatic stress. The wording ‘loss of faith’ is framed, purposely or not, … Continue reading

AHA Speaker Annabelle Gurwitch Talks About Family

AHA Speaker Annabelle Gurwitch Talks About Family

Fellow MAAF Warriors, I had the distinct honor of meeting best selling author, comedian, TV personality and a huge MAAF advocate, Annabelle Gurwitch, at her book signing, “Where You Go, There They Are; Stories About My Family You Might Relate … Continue reading

What if science provided an afterlife?

What if science provided an afterlife?

by guest poster¬†David K. Spencer, a review of Beyond Technologies by Jens Hughes. Author Hughes said he got the idea for the book after being asked if soldiers returning from war should be asked if they believe in God as … Continue reading

Review: Creating Change Through Humanism Will

Review: Creating Change Through Humanism Will

No one has to knock on your door and tell you you’re humanist. People adopt a scientific world view and human-based rational ethics all by themselves. Unfortunately, that means they’re disconnected from humanist values, humanist mentors, and humanist community. That … Continue reading

The Perfect Gift for your Religious Family

The Perfect Gift for your Religious Family

I recently finished Living the Secular Life by Phil Zuckerman. It was a great sociological assessment by a sociologist.¬†I was quite confused at first because I am used to ‘atheist’ books the question god and ‘humanist’ books with lots of … Continue reading

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