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Boston and Kansas City: A Call for a Secular Humanist Response

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The chairman of the Islamic Cordoba Initiative Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf wrote a column for the Huffington Post concerning American’s response to Muslims after the Boston Marathon bombing last year and on the one-year anniversary. “Marathon Bombing Anniversary Demands Interfaith … Continue reading

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Military ruling must meet spiritual needs of all groups

Printed with permission by the Columbia Missourian… Wednesday, August 14, 2013 | 12:00 p.m. CDT BY DAVID ROSMAN Secular humanism and atheism are not religions. All atheists are secular humanists, but not all secular humanists are atheists. Some are agnostics, … Continue reading

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Right Idea – Wrong Language: Lumping Atheists into “Nones” is wrong.

July 31, 2013 NPR’s John Burnett asked a question many of us have been asked or have asked ourselves: Can there be an atheist chaplain? Does that chaplain have to believe in a “higher power?” The problem is that the use … Continue reading

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Apple’s New World – Time to Worry

“This is it. This is what matters. The experience of a product.” These are the opening words to Apple’s new commercial campaign, “Designed By Apple in California.” It is their new “mission” introduced at the 2013 WWDC. A mission to … Continue reading

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Ethical Humanist; A Redundant Term?

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A question came to me Sunday morning that I found intriguing and involves two things many do not understand completely – Ethics and Humanism. Barry Scheckner asked in a threaded discussion, “Is ‘ethical humanist’ redundant?” Here he means an excessive … Continue reading

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