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The Secular Humanist Bulletin (SHB) is the 16 page newsletter of the Council for Secular Humanism. It is available by subscription. SHB subscriptions are separate from subscriptions to FREE INQUIRY.


SHB provides a lively forum for humanists to explore the joys and challenges of living without religion. SHB reports on the Council's many activities and plans, and it gives updates on church-state news and other humanist issues. It also debates the full range of secular humanist viewpoints, and gives readers the chance to explore how secular humanism can meet their needs and interests.


Whether you want to learn more about secular humanism, or you want to share ideas on how to put humanist principles into practice in your everyday life, SHB is essential reading.

Nov
08
2009

What’s So Bad About Death Panels?


By Tom Flynn
What’s So Bad About Death Panels? Tom Flynn The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 25, Number 3 (Fall 2009). In the rhetorical pie fight that has largely supplanted serious debate about health-care reform, conservative ideologues have flung wildly false accusations about “death panels.” Reform advocates have...

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Jun
24
2009

Battling Over the Nones


By Tom Flynn
Battling Over the Nones Tom Flynn The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 25, Number 1 (Spring 2009). I have seen the future, and it contains a battle among sociologists over the fast-growing minority of Americans who list their religious affiliation as “none.” At least the argument...

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Jun
24
2009

Vita ex Natura (From Nature, Life)


By Sherry Rook
Vita ex Natura(From Nature, Life) Sherry Rook The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 25, Number 1 (Spring 2009). Lillian Brem, an artist and a longtime friend and supporter of the Center for Inquiry, has given us a very wonderful, unique gift. Brem’s sculpture, which she named...

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Jun
24
2009

SHB Readers Say No to Religion in Government


By Ronald A. Lindsay
SHB Readers Say No to Religion in Government Ronald A. Lindsay The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 25, Number 1 (Spring 2009). In the last issue of the Secular Humanist Bulletin, I reported on the debate in which I took part at Yale University in November...

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Jun
24
2009

How to Write an Ungodly Letter


By Janet L. Factor
How to Write an Ungodly Letter Janet L. Factor The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 24, Number 4 (Winter 2008/2009). We’ve all read them: letters to the editor that make us pound our heads on the table. Fanatical diatribes that claim America for conservative Christianity and...

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Jun
24
2009

Humanism in South Africa


By Tariq Moosa
Humanism in South Africa Tariq Moosa The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 24, Number 4 (Winter 2008/2009). John Stuart Mill wrote in “On Liberty” in 1859: “The exclusive pretension made by a part of the truth to be the whole must and ought to be protested...

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Jun
24
2009

Religion Has No Place in Government


By Ronald A. Lindsay
Religion Has No Place in Government Ronald A. Lindsay The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 24, Number 4 (Winter 2008/2009). On November 11, 2008, the Yale Political Union (YPU) held a debate on the topic “Resolved: Religion Should Have No Place in Government.” YPU invited yours...

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Jun
01
2009

New Center for Inquiry Research Building Completed


By Paul Kurtz
New Center for Inquiry Research Building Completed Paul Kurtz The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 4 (Winter 2005/2006). We are pleased to announce that the new addition to the Center for Inquiry/Transnational headquarters has been completed. The 15,600-square-foot building includes new offices, an executive...

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May
31
2009

Humanists Find Meaning in Christmas


By John J. Dunphy
Humanists Find Meaning in Christmas John J. Dunphy The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 22, Number 4 (Winter 2006/2007). People often ask me if I, as a humanist, celebrate Christmas and, if so, why. After all, they point out, Christmas is the observance of the birth...

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May
31
2009

Praise Dog!


By David Koepsell
Praise Dog! David Koepsell The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 22, Number 4 (Winter 2006/2007). Seven years ago, Buttercup came into my life as an eight-week-old puppy. He is a basset hound, and at the time he was all ears and paws. He has since taught...

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