Robby Steinhardt, violinist and vocalist for the rock band Kansas, died recently. Not only did that news make me feel […]
Tag Archive for ‘Humanism’
In case you didn’t know (maybe you’re agnostic?): My new collection of “questionable essays” is the Number One Seller in […]
Big Bad Wolf?
The scary wolf of secularism is lurking in the dark, ready to devour faith, democracy, goodness and apple pie … […]
Book of Questions
My latest book, Was Jesus a Humanist?: and other Questionable Essays, is a collection of 25 short essays framed as […]
What is Secular?
On my mind. . . Who defines these things, like secular, freethought, humanism, atheism? Some might question my definitions, but […]
A-faith, not Anti-faith
At times I can be very critical toward religious faith. I am not shy calling out Nonsense dressed as Religion […]
“You hurt my feelings … you should go to prison!” “You insulted my religion … and if we can’t silence […]
The Center for Inquiry produced an excellent series on American Freethought. With the dangerous rise of Christian Nationalism, this is […]
Why Don’t You Believe?
What if I told you: I hiked up a mountain the other day and a strange thing happened: a burning […]