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The New Humanism: E.O. Wilson and the Evangelicals

How, and why, did a self-described "uncompromising secular humanist" find himself greeted with open arms by evangelical friends and allies at Samford University, "the Ivy League of the Southern Baptist Conference," in Birmingham, Alabama? Edward O.

An End Cap for Atheism

atheism sectionNo more pawing through the "religion" section to find Dawkins' latest, or to find your personal copy of Hemant Mehta's I Sold my Soul on EBay. Now Border's Books has introduced an "Atheism" section in many of their stores to include the works of the authors that promote our growing belief system: authors who never quite fit into that "religion"

IHS Seeks to Hire E-zine Editor, Offers Public Policy Internship


The Institute for Humanist Studies is now hiring a 20-hour per week editor for its weekly Humanist Network News e-zine.

HNN is a specialty online magazine dedicated to publishing news and views relating to humanism, a non-religious philosophy based on science, reason and compassion.

The editor will work with the staff of the Institute for Humanist Studies and contributing writers to edit and publish one entire edition of HNN per week.

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In just a few weeks thousands of atheist, agnostic, humanist, and secular students will descend on campuses everywhere. Waiting to greet them will be dorm monitors, professors, friends new and old, and all kinds of clubs: the Campus Crusade for Christ, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Agape, New Life, Newman Catholic Center, Hillel ....

Wait a minute. Wouldn't you like to see some secular student groups included in the mix? Of course -- and that's where the Secular Student Alliance comes in. We exist for one reason: to help secular students find other secular students. And we're good at it: last year our base of sustainable campus groups expanded from 60 to 80, and we hired a regional organizer in southern California. But we're a long way from giving every secular student a campus community, and we need your help. Every bit of our work is funded by atheists, agnostics, humanists, and other freethinkers who care about secular youth. We are an independent, democratic organization which would not exist except for the generosity and loyalty of our many friends in the freethought movement.


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