A Vision for 21st Century Humanism

by Faisal Saeed Al Mutar

When the Islamists in Iraq took over the government through the elections in 2005, it was a wakeup call to me and all those... Read More

American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us

by James Croft

American religion is a conundrum. Americans manage to combine deep religious devotion with wide religious diversity, all the while remaining remarkably tolerant of each... Read More

Corporate Power and Today’s Humanist

by David Niose

If there’s one concern that pervades virtually every major political and economic issue facing the United States today, it’s the question of corporate power... Read More

What Do We Deserve?

by Namit Arora

I often think of the good life I have. By most common measures—say, type of work, income, health, leisure, and social status—I’m doing well.... Read More

Fit to Serve Nontheistic Soldiers Speak Out against “Spiritual Fitness” Test

by Steven Surman

Fort Hood’s sprawling 340-square-mile property—one of the largest active armored posts in the United States Armed Forces—boasts the self-styled title of the “Great Place”... Read More

Editor’s Note

by Jennifer Bardi

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... Read More

How Do We “Do” Humanism?

by Michael Werner

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.... Read More

Making Friends in High Places Three American peace activists meet their young Afghani counterparts

by Kathy Kelly, Jerica Arents, and David Smith-Ferri

Bamiyan Province in Afghanistan, a stunningly beautiful mountainous region, is located in the center of the country, roughly 100 miles northwest of Kabul. Most... Read More

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