Reading Time: 4 minutes Since secularists have no immediate hope of a society-wide rejection of God belief, secularists should welcome a better idea of God. If people are going to have belief in God, then perhaps they can at least embrace a smart and humane idea of God. From the theist perspective, might theists welcome secularist critiques of God […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Many years ago, the American Humanist Association ran a clever campaign quoting any number of famed religious people, noting that a given quote sure “Sounds Like Humanism.” The idea was this: You people are really one of us, even if you don’t openly admit it. Ancient Christian intellectuals did the same thing, making the extravagant […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Democratic Party’s recent resolution praising non-religious voters doesn’t have any real down sides.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The resolution acknowledges the “value, ethical soundness, and importance” of Secular Americans.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Sarah Levin works to preserve religious neutrality by the government, but the Christian Right stands in her way.
Reading Time: 3 minutes This is what happens when you forget to do research but know you’re REALLY ANGRY about something.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A congressional caucus promoting reason and science, while defending the rights of the non-religious, is coming to D.C.
Reading Time: < 1 minute If you live near Washington, D.C. or have the ability to travel there, be sure to sign up for this memorable event.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Which bill offers the most egregious example of religious overreach in government?
Reading Time: < 1 minute We spoke about the biggest church/state separation concerns facing Americans, what counts as a success in the age of Trump, and how the Secular Coalition for America wants to empower atheists nationwide to get active in state politics.