Terror-Go-Round: Breaking the Cycle of Xenophobia

As the German and French national football teams entertained a crowd of 80,000 supporters inside Paris’s Stade de France on Friday, November 13, three cowardly men—hellbent on the destruction of modernity and peace—tried unsuccessfully to... Read More

Why the Humanist Magazine Matters

(Please see AHA’s statement on sexual harassment allegations against Dr. Krauss here.) I FRANKLY ADMIT that when I first learned the Humanist magazine and the American Humanist Association were turning seventy-five in 2016, I was... Read More

How Much Tolerance is Tolerable? The danger, disservice, and dishonesty of equating tolerance for people of differing faith with tolerance for religious beliefs and ideas

In the past two months alone, an abhorrent wave of terror has taken the lives of hundreds of people and left thousands feeling devastated. Mogadishu, Beirut, Baghdad, Paris, Mali, and San Bernadino, are just some... Read More

POTUS at the Bully Pulpit

On June 26 President Barack Obama delivered the eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, where Pinckney and eight others had been gunned down by a... Read More