A Humanist in Action Pennsylvania House Rep. Brian Sims

IF YOU aren’t familiar with Brian Sims, a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, he’s a history maker. The first and so far only NCAA football captain to come out of the closet... Read More

Can Fracking Lead the Way To Clean Energy? A Promising Geothermal Technology Just Might Do the Trick

THERE'S A PROVERB often attributed to Euripides that warns: “Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” Ellen Harrison knows what the ancients were on about. In 2008, in a moment of what she... Read More

Southern Atheist, Part 1 They pressured his kids at school. They threatened him at home. Then things got really ugly.

Editor’s Note: The names and locations have been altered to protect the identity of the author. This article is the first installment of the Southern Atheist series. Click to read part 2 & part 3.... Read More

2013 Humanist PHOTO CONTEST Winners

The Humanist magazine has traveled the globe! Check out the five best entries in our annual photo contest.   1st PLACE Members of the Pathfinders Project (a humanist service trip) take a break at the... Read More

An All-Natural Faith

Participating in the first Sunday Assembly in Washington, DC, this past November was a delightful and inspiring experience. My little talk in the midst of the fun and frivolity is adapted here, and I think... Read More