Celluloid Jesus

by TheHumanist.com Staff

While humanists eschew Jesus as the divine son of God who died on a cross because Eve got smart and people are prone to... Read More

The Family: More Gilead than Godly

by Becky Garrison

When tuning in to Netflix’s five part documentary series The Family—which provides an inside look into the high-powered Christian ministry known as The Fellowship... Read More

Good Omens a Not-So-Good Adaptation

by Matthew Bulger

As the legislative director and lobbyist for the American Humanist Association, I typically write about public policy, politics, and advocacy. While I love writing... Read More

TV Review: Wild, Wild Country

by Nicole Carr

Wild, Wild County, the six-part Netflix documentary series, is much like its main character, Ma Anand Sheela: dark, complicated, multi-layered, and mysterious. On one... Read More

TV Review: Black Mirror

by Meredith Thompson

Black Mirror is a British anthology series currently streaming on Netflix. Now in its fourth season, the show examines the unanticipated consequences of near... Read More

TV Review: Rick and Morty

by Mark Dunbar

The third season of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is over. The show is currently the most popular comedy television program among viewers eighteen... Read More