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Review: Becoming More Fully Human

Review: Becoming More Fully Human

When I write of religious Humanism … I am not referring to belief in a deity … Humanism is religious because it binds people together and helps people to reconnect with ultimate reality as understood as nature or as life … Continue reading

Review: The Letter by Marie Tillman

Review: The Letter by Marie Tillman

Review of The Letter, My Journey Through Love, Loss, and Life by Marie Tillman, published in 2012 All references are taken from the iPhone eBook version. This version has 557 pages in its vertical orientation. Converting from 557 pages to the … Continue reading

Humanists Question Military Marriage Counseling; Offer Alternatives

Humanists Question Military Marriage Counseling; Offer Alternatives

This article continues a previous article that covered the personal issues faced by MAAF members in pre-marital counseling at the US military’s Defense Language Institute in Monterey California. This article focuses on Gary Smalley’s Hidden Keys to Loving Relationships, the primary … Continue reading

Book Review: Rethinking Depression provides existentialist path to happiness

Book Review: Rethinking Depression provides existentialist path to happiness

The following is a review of an author and text of interest to MAAF readers. This is not an ad, but an objective review with no financial interest for MAAF. Rethinking Depression is a resource by a foxhole atheist that … Continue reading

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