Book Review: Tales from Gombe

Tales from Gombe is an intimately illustrated coffee table book created by wildlife photographers Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers. It details the simian soap operas and political scandals occurring amongst a community of wild chimpanzees... Read More

The Children Act

Humanists sit up and take notice—The Children Act is a cautionary tale for those of us who would encourage people doubting their faith to explore those doubts. The book begins benignly enough, with the protagonist,... Read More

Tending the Epicurean Garden

Ours is the age of science. We live in a time in which technology has performed such wondrous feats that many have come to believe, if only half consciously, that technology itself will exempt us... Read More

Choosing Peace

Nonbelievers frequently debate the best way to communicate our ideas. Some think that a brash style is the most effective way to get attention. Others believe that a softer approach is the best way to... Read More