The issues and topics covered by Dr. Pinn include his newest book, an autobiography titled “Writing God’s Obituary: How a Good Methodist Became a Better Atheist”; redemptive suffering; the relationship between humanism, hip hop, and jazz; the concept of theodicy; the issues of diversity in the humanist movement—including suggestions to make improvements; how sex and the human body are seen as shameful by many religious adherents; and more.
The suit, filed on behalf of three plantiffs by our Appignani Humanist Legal Center, alleges that the massive structure, which sits on a roadway median in Bladensburg, Maryland, violates the separation of church and state principle of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
This article from The New York Times about a godless version of Alcoholics Anonymous notes that “the boom in nonreligious A.A. represents another manifestation of a more visible and confident humanist movement in the United States.”
ANNOUNCING the launch of TheHumanist.com, a brand-new humanist news and commentary website! Fans of the Humanist Network News e-newsletter and the Humanist magazine will see all their favorite articles, poems, comics, puzzles and more on this mobile-friendly new site. Check out today’s articles: “A Short History of Evolution” by Carl Coon, a story of atheist discrimination in the South, why “under God” mocks religious freedom, and more!