Experiencing an ethical dilemma? Need advice from a humanist perspective? Joan Reisman-Brill is here to answer your queries!
Rules Are for Schmucks explores the many ways in which God experts get away with ignoring the legal rules and societal norms that apply to the rest of us.
The American Humanist Association’s Policy and Social Justice Manager offers in-depth analysis on the latest happenings in Washington, DC and potential effects to the humanist community.
The Humanist EDge is a new column written by graduates of The Humanist Institute’s educational leadership program.
“Ahead of the Curve” is a new column exploring how humanists should begin thinking about the enormous changes bound to disrupt our twenty-first century world.
Clay Farris Naff’s Humanevangelist: sowing science, reason, & hope
Greta Christina brings forthright and illuminating wisdom–call it her fierceness–to important issues affecting humanists, and offers solid ideas for living a happy, productive, godless life.
Rob Boston’s been staking out the intersection of church and state for close to thirty years, ticketing Establishment Clause violators with biting aplomb.
David Niose examines legal challenges across the country and how their decisions can impact the separation of church and state.
Marty Klein examines the sexual implications of current events, politics, technology, popular culture, and the media.
Brainstormin‘ waxes philosophical on issues where theists and nontheists collide.