Today, we announced that Humanist chaplain Greg Epstein and fellow James Croft have a deal to write a new book, “The Godless Congregation,” for Simon and Schuster: home to Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and more. AND we can now announce we’ll soon move to a new, 3x larger community home! Now we need your help: read more to see how you can get involved. Continue reading
This guest post comes to us from Melanie Rucinski, a Harvard sophomore and outgoing leader of the Harvard Community of Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostics (our undergraduate secular student group), formerly the Harvard Secular Society. This piece was previously published on …
Including the nonreligious in interfaith ceremonies doesn’t have any negative impact on religious communities, any more than allowing gay marriage has a negative impact on straight marriage. It’s not about anything other than inclusion in America. Let’s make that happen for the good of all. Continue reading
This piece was originally published on CNN.com’s Belief Blog.
By Greg M. Epstein, Special to CNN
Cambridge, Massachusetts (CNN) — After two days of holding back my own feelings to focus on the needs of a community in mourning, …
ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re delighted to announce that our Darwin Day panel has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 5. And it’s better than ever!
Sunday, May 5
Harvard Hall 201
Reception to Follow
Join us, along with Harvard Professor Joshua Greene, …
Sunday, April 14, 2013
1:00 pm (With free brunch beginning at 12:00)
Philips Brooks House
Two of the core principles of Humanism are acknowledging reality and connecting with our fellow human beings. The former often requires us to find rational, …