Frederic March is a humanist author, teacher, and public policy advocate. His 2006 book, The Bible Through the Eyes of Its Authors: A Political History of Ancient Israel & Judah, explores the explosive tension between authoritarian and humanistic social behaviors in the world of the Bible’s authors as an eternal fact of human nature.
Posts by Frederic March
In The Selfish Gene (1976) Richard Dawkins proposed the term “meme” as a unit of cultural transmission analogous to the gene, in that both... Read More
I came to the humanist movement in the 1970s, not as a refugee or rebel against the abusive teachings of organized religion but as... Read More
There are many books, secular and religious, that instruct us on how to live the good life. But Arthur Jackson stands apart in grounding... Read More
Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species appeared in 1859 and revolutionized how the science and religion enterprises viewed human nature. Scientists proceeded to... Read More
Edward O. Wilson and Daniel Dennett advocate new ways to think about religion that can have a profound impact on how we as humanists... Read More