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Adrift At Sea A Clash of Cultures,
 A Question of Faith

Seven days adrift in the Indian Ocean on a broken-down motorboat, 
two American women and two Indonesian fishermen face massive swells, intense sun, and a dwindling supply of food and water. With no land in sight... Read More

Humanist Grief and Mourning

A person’s death is hard to process, whether someone close to you, a public figure you’ve admired for a long time, or a victim of violence that you just heard about. There is no right way... Read More

Why Are the Poor More Religious?

Last week, the New York Times’ policy and statistics blog, The Upshot, wrote an article about the hardest places to live in the United States. The rankings, by county, included a variety of factors including education,... Read More