A Tale of Two Plagues: How Faith Changes

Besides the global pandemic we’re experiencing right now, the bubonic plague is probably the most notorious in history—in particular, the Black Death that took place during the middle of the fourteenth century and swept across... Read More

Unburying Diderot

An excerpt from Diderot and the Art of Thinking Freely by Andrew S. Curran Sometime during the snowy winter of 1793, under cover of night, a small group of thieves pried open a wooden door... Read More

Meet the New Intern: Julia Shapiro

Please welcome Julia Shapiro, summer intern at the Center for Freethought Equality! TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? I am a rising junior at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, studying history... Read More