Phil Zuckerman

“Phil Zuckerman is the author of several books, including What It Means to be Moral (Counterpoint, 2019) The Nonreligious (Oxford, 2016), Living the Secular Life (Penguin, 2014), Faith No More (Oxford, 2012), and Society Without God (NYU, 2008), and the editor of several volumes, including The Oxford Handbook of Secularism (2016) and The Social Theory of W.E.B. Du Bois (2004). He is the Associate Dean as well as Professor of Sociology at Pitzer College, and the founding chair of the nation’s first Secular Studies Program. He is the Executive Director of Humanist Global Charity. He lives in Claremont, California, with his wife and three children.”

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It is time for the end of Zionism

It is time for the end of Zionism

Reading Time: 7 minutes There was that first day in Jerusalem, sitting on that stone wall in the heart of the Old City, looking down at the alleyway below, and seeing that young Palestinian boy pushing a cart full of freshly baked bread, only to be suddenly ambushed—pelted by rocks from a yelling group of kippa-wearing Jewish kids who taunted and threatened him as he scurried as fast as he could towards his destination,…

Thank no god for XTC

Thank no god for XTC

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the beginning, there was XTC. And by the beginning, I mean the dawn of the contemporary…