The Ultimate Responsibility As two lives end, a son discovers humanism

In Their Own Words: Humanists Discuss Their Paths to Humanism AT 2:30 A.M. on November 2, 2014, I received a call from my sister in Scotland. “Hamish,” Marji said, “they’re gone. They’re both gone.” It... Read More

Softball Evangelism

In Their Own Words: Humanists Discuss Their Paths to Humanism LAST YEAR, the Saints Prison Ministry softball team came to Sheridan Federal Correctional Institution in Oregon. Based out of Moorestown, New Jersey, the Saints usually... Read More

The Steal

“Another online scam—too good to be true,” I thought when I read the apartment listing on Craigslist. But I decided to call anyway. The two-bedroom shotgun was priced at about half the current market rate... Read More

Unequal Parts

“Smile!” the photographer implored, looking straight at me as I stood in a line of people to be captured on digital. “This is a wedding.” His emphasis on the “is” made it sound as if... Read More

Tacos & Tolerance

It was nearly dinnertime on one of the last days of summer break. I’d promised my daughter—just ten days shy of turning seven—that we could have Chipotle for dinner. I had to come through on... Read More

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