A Tale of Two Plagues: How Faith Changes

by Julia Shapiro

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... Read More

Essential Humanism: Profiles of Courage in a Pandemic Part IV: Andrew Newman, Senior Correspondence Liaison for the Brooklyn Borough Commissioner’s Office

by TheHumanist.com Staff

Tell us about your job. What are some of the ways it’s changed during the pandemic? My job involves building and maintaining local parks... Read More

Rights vs. Responsibility

by Tom Krattenmaker

“We’re risking our lives to go to church,” stated the lawyer for a group of Oregon churches suing for the right to resume gathering... Read More