Posts by TheHumanist.com Staff (page 30)
The Reception of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species
The publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species in 1859 might aptly be described as a “revolution of evolution,” as it was... Read More
Religious Vandalism, Prank, or Hate Crime?
Chico, California, rests halfway between Sacramento and the Oregon state border. For the past three years, a group of nontheists has assembled with the... Read More
AHA Donates $10,000 Zumach Award for Freedom From Fundamentalist Religion to Charlie Hebdo
The American Humanist Association is proud to announce the establishment of a new award, the Henry Zumach Award for Freedom From Fundamentalist Religion, to... Read More
Did Atheists Try to “Hijack” National Religious Freedom Day?
In January of last year, the Religious Freedom Coalition’s William Murray (who is the self-described son of “destructive atheist and Marxist leader Madalyn Murray... Read More
Ask A Humanist: A New Community-Driven Q&A Website for Humanists (and Fundamentalists, Too)
The American Humanist Association has launched AskAHumanist.com, a new community-driven website where individuals can ask questions about humanism, and humanists themselves can respond. AskAHumanist.com... Read More
The Top 10 Most-Read TheHumanist.com Articles of 2014
Since launching in February 2014, TheHumanist.com has published many truly fantastic articles examining news, politics, science, and culture from a humanist perspective. As 2014... Read More
Should Humanists Celebrate Christmas? Readers Share their Thoughts
Special thanks to TheHumanist.com readers who answered Senior Editor Maggie Ardiente’s question last week about humanists celebrating Christmas! We received a wide variety of... Read More