Barry Klassel has been a humanist celebrant and a humanist chaplain at Rutgers University.
Posts by Barry Klassel
In last week’s Exercise #2 we asked where, as a nonbeliever, you find purpose and a sense of morality and about what moves you.... Read More
Select answers to Exercise #1 in this series (What’s So Special about Human Life?), can be found here. Readers may still contribute their responses.... Read More
Select answers to Exercise #1, What’s So Special about Human Life? We are capable of space travel and yet on the brink of destruction.... Read More
In the March/April 2017 issue of the Humanist magazine, Tom Krattenmaker of the Yale Humanist Community calls the time we’re currently living in “The... Read More
“Successful society requires religion,” read the headline of an editorial in the March 23, 2011, edition of the Daily Targum, Rutgers student newspaper. It went on... Read More
“Karma, dharma, pudding, and pie...” isn’t exactly how we remember the line read to us in our tender years. But then, nursery rhymes are... Read More