Journeys to Humanism

This issue explores a variety of paths that people travel to find their way to humanism. The path for each person is different, and yet, they share a desire to find meaning and an ethical and rational means of addressing the challenges in people’s lives and communities. From heartwarming narratives of growth, to more difficult journeys, in these essays the authors open up about coming to humanism.

What’s your journey?

Faith in Oneself: Towards a Black Humanist Buddhism

By Keturah Kendrick

Humanism Compels Me to Do Good

By Sarah Ray

Finding Awe in the Complexity of the Universe

By Alan England

An Artist’s Journey: Between Known and Unknown Worlds

By Christopher C. Cornog