Walking by Sight, Not Faith An Interview with Black Nonbelievers' Mandisa Thomas

Coming from historically religious African American communities, Black atheists are routinely marginalized and stigmatized. Although the number of Black religious “nones” is growing, self-identified Black atheists are approximately three percent of the atheist population. This... Read More

Humanist in the House An Interview with US Representative Jared Huffman, 2020 Humanist of the Year

The following is adapted (with permission) from my presentation of the Humanist of the Year Award to Rep. Huffman at the American Humanist Association’s 79th Annual Conference, “Distant but Together: A Virtual Celebration of Humanism,”... Read More

Doubt, Marriage, and the NakedPastor

In his latest book, Til Doubt Do Us Part: When Changing Beliefs Change Your Marriage, former pastor and cartoonist David Hayward (aka NakedPastor) explores the complex issues that arise when doubt forms around the religious... Read More