Fred Edwords

Posts by Fred Edwords (page 4)

Being a Humanist Dad

When becoming a humanist dad with the birth of my first child, Livia, in 1984, I realized that my wife and I were faced... Read More

The Hidden Hues of Humanism

For years it has been lamented that humanist groups and events lack adequate participation by racial minorities. “Our philosophy is inclusive,” goes the refrain.... Read More

An Omnivorous Animal Agenda

We almost died. Our whole species. Between 90,000 and 60,000 years ago Homo sapiens sapiens went through a population bottleneck in which we were... Read More

You Don’t Know Jack

Reporter: There are those who would say about Dr. Jack Kevorkian: “Right message; wrong messenger.” Geoffrey Fieger: And who is the right messenger? These... Read More