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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

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

A new ‘monograph’ by Don Snider and Al Shine has been published through the Army War College. This monograph proposes to review the role of personal beliefs (And expressions thereof) in the professional military ethic. More specifically, the authors analyze … Continue reading

Review: Coming Out Atheist

Review: Coming Out Atheist

Coming Out Atheist is a new book of guidance and stories that show the challenges of being atheist in America. Our challenges are not nearly those of gays in the 1970s or African Americans in the 1940s, or of atheists today … Continue reading

Review: Reason’s Fifth Dawning

Review: Reason’s Fifth Dawning

Reason’s Fifth Dawning, or R5D, was written by MAAF member and veteran (pseudonym) Alan Jeskin. Some may consider the ‘downfall of religion’ a negative, anti-religious topic, but the method is one of enlightenment not oppression.  Readers will be interested to … Continue reading

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