Archive


Volume 38 - 2018

Volume 38, No. 1

The Fight for Our Philosophy, Part III
December / January, 2018

Volume 38, No. 2

Jesus: Mything the Point?
February / March, 2018

Volume 38, No. 3

Deconstructing Religion
April / May, 2018

Volume 38, No. 4

Ingersoll Museum Silver Anniversary
June / July, 2018

Volume 38, No. 5

Humanism and Suicide: A Positive View
August / September, 2018

Volume 38, No. 6

The Humanist Case Against Patriotism
October / November, 2018




Volume 37 - 2017

Volume 37, No. 1

Internet Porn: Crisis or Kerfuffle?
December / January, 2017

Volume 37, No. 2

What Really Matters
February / March, 2017

Volume 37, No. 3

Issues in Technology and Ethics
April / May, 2017

Volume 37, No. 4

Blasphemy: In the Eye of the Beholder?
June / July, 2017

Volume 37, No. 5

The Fight for Our Philosophy, Part I
August / September, 2017

Volume 37, No. 6

The Fight for Our Philosophy, Part II
October / November, 2017




Volume 36 - 2016

Volume 36, No. 1

Catholicism and the Challenge of Moral Identity
December / January, 2016

Volume 36, No. 2

Atheodicy and the Impossibility of God
February / March, 2016

Volume 36, No. 3

How Do We Sustain the Growth of Unbelief?
April / May, 2016

Volume 36, No. 4

Death: Thoughts on the Final Subject
June / July, 2016

Volume 36, No. 5

How a Creative Humanist Minority Reshaped the Nation, Part I
August / September, 2016

Volume 36, No. 6

Apocalypse . . . When?
October / November, 2016




Volume 35 - 2015

Volume 35, No. 1

The Rise of Global Fundamentalism: Are Humanists Really ‘Winning’?
December / January, 2015

Volume 35, No. 2

Why Secularism Is Necessary for Women
February / March, 2015

Volume 35, No. 3

Hobby Lobby, Steve Green, and the New Bible Empire
April / May, 2015

Volume 35, No. 4

Population, Immigration, and the Global Future
June / July, 2015

Volume 35, No. 5

The Myth of an Afterlife
August / September, 2015

Volume 35, No. 6

Defending the Right to Blaspheme
October / November, 2015




Volume 34 - 2014

Volume 34, No. 1

Three Evocative Papers from 'Women in Secularism 2'
December / January, 2014

Volume 34, No. 2

The Faith I Left Behind: Secular Humanists Recount Their Journeys into Unbelief
February / March, 2014

Volume 34, No. 3

Easter: What Really Happened?
April / May, 2014

Volume 34, No. 4

Research Report: Secular Students Today, a Joint CFI-ISSSC Study
June / July, 2014

Volume 34, No. 5

How Morality Has the Objectivity that Matters—Without God
August / September, 2014

Volume 34, No. 6

What’s Religion Good For? Three Views
October / November, 2014




Volume 33 - 2013

Volume 33, No. 1

Women in Secularism: Essays Delivered at — or Sparked by — the Landmark Conference
December / January, 2013

Volume 33, No. 2

Our Anthropocene Future
February / March, 2013

Volume 33, No. 3

Army of God: America's Armed Forces vs. Their Nontheists
April / May, 2013

Volume 33, No. 4

Research Report: Does Religion Really Make Us Better People?
June / July, 2013

Volume 33, No. 5

Facing the Worst Without God
August / September, 2013

Volume 33, No. 6

Religious Humanism: Dead, Alive, or Bifurcating?
October / November, 2013




Volume 32 - 2012

Volume 32, No. 1

Transforming Humanity: Fantasy? Dream? Nightmare?
December / January, 2012

Volume 32, No. 2

Bridging the Gulf: At Last, Social Science Measures Secularity
February / March, 2012

Volume 32, No. 3

The History of Humanism
April / May, 2012

Volume 32, No. 4

Once and For All, Is America a Christian Nation?
June / July, 2012

Volume 32, No. 5

Secular Humanism with a Pulse: The New Activism
August / September, 2012

Volume 32, No. 6

Does Secular Humanism Have a Political Agenda?
October / November, 2012




Volume 31 - 2011

Volume 31, No. 1

Science and Religion: The End of a Beautiful Relationship?
December / January, 2011

Volume 31, No. 2

The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and The Meaning of Life
February / March, 2011

Volume 31, No. 3

Facing Misery: Confronting Illness, Even Death, Without a Prayer
April / May, 2011

Volume 31, No. 4

Science and Religion: Confrontation or Accomodation?
June / July, 2011

Volume 31, No. 5

Jesus: What's the Evidence?
August / September, 2011

Volume 31, No. 6

America's Peculiar Piety: Why Did Mormonism Grow? Why Does It Endure?
October / November, 2011




Volume 30 - 2010

Volume 30, No. 1

The Fact of Evolution: An Excerpt from His Explosive New Book, The Greatest Show on Earth
December / January, 2010

Volume 30, No. 2

Faiding Faith: New Trends Show Secularism is Booming
February / March, 2010

Volume 30, No. 3

America's Greatest Thinker? John Dewey 1859-1952
April / May, 2010

Volume 30, No. 4

We Are All African! Our Common Heritage: A Path to Peace?
June / July, 2010

Volume 30, No. 5

Freethought and Free Speech on Campus
August / September, 2010

Volume 30, No. 6

Rights, Gays, and Otherwise
October / November, 2010




Volume 29 - 2009

Volume 29, No. 1

The Future of Religion: Two Views
December / January, 2009

Volume 29, No. 2

Darwin's 200th
February / March, 2009

Volume 29, No. 3

Is the Population Bomb Finally Exploding?
April / May, 2009

Volume 29, No. 4

What's Wrong with Faith-Based Funding?
June / July, 2009

Volume 29, No. 5

Designer Moods: The Ethics of Neurochemical Enhancement
August / September, 2009

Volume 29, No. 6

Subjection and Escape: An American Woman's Muslim Journey
October / November, 2009




Volume 28 - 2008

Volume 28, No. 1

Scientific Examination of Religion
December / January, 2008

Volume 28, No. 2

Science and the Islamic World
February / March, 2008

Volume 28, No. 3

The New Creation Stewardship: Humanist and Christian Perspectives
April / May, 2008

Volume 28, No. 4

A Tribute to Arthur C. Clarke
June / July, 2008

Volume 28, No. 5

Islamofascism: Fiction or Threat?
August / September, 2008

Volume 28, No. 6

Does Democracy Still Matter?
October / November, 2008




Volume 27 - 2007

Volume 27, No. 1

Science, Ethics, and the Soul
December / January, 2007

Volume 27, No. 2

Post-Christian Europe
February / March, 2007

Volume 27, No. 3

What Really Happened?
April / May, 2007

Volume 27, No. 4

The Templeton Agenda
June / July, 2007

Volume 27, No. 5

Civil Rights and Liberal Democracy
August / September, 2007

Volume 27, No. 6

Dealing with Dying
October / November, 2007




Volume 26 - 2006

Volume 26, No. 1

The Republican War on Science
December / January, 2006

Volume 26, No. 2

Twisting Scripture
February / March, 2006

Volume 26, No. 3

Intelligent Design after Dover
April / May, 2006

Volume 26, No. 4

Paul Kurtz at Eighty
June / July, 2006

Volume 26, No. 5

Sects & Violence
August / September, 2006

Volume 26, No. 6

Humanism and the Science of Happiness
October / November, 2006




Volume 25 - 2005

Volume 25, No. 1

The Myths of Christmas and Beyond
December / January, 2005

Volume 25, No. 2

Mass-Market Mysticism
February / March, 2005

Volume 25, No. 3

Faith and Violence
April / May, 2005

Volume 25, No. 4

The Next Secular Revolution?
June / July, 2005

Volume 25, No. 5

Life: Right or Commodity?
August / September, 2005

Volume 25, No. 6

Secularism: Will it Survive?
October / November, 2005




Volume 24 - 2004

Volume 24, No. 1


December / January, 2004

Volume 24, No. 2

Sins of the Missionaries
February / March, 2004

Volume 24, No. 3

Can Islam come into the 21st Century?
April / May, 2004

Volume 24, No. 4

Upgrading Humanity: Are People Obsolete?
June / July, 2004

Volume 24, No. 5

Too Many People
August / September, 2004

Volume 24, No. 6

Reason Embattled
October / November, 2004




Volume 23 - 2003

Volume 23, No. 1

The New Bioethics
Winter, 2003

Volume 23, No. 2

Physician-Assisted Suicide
Spring, 2003

Volume 23, No. 3

Inherit More Wind: Darwin Discord Deepens
Summer, 2003

Volume 23, No. 4

Who Bears the Blame for Nazism?Women and Religions
Fall, 2003




Volume 22 - 2002

Volume 22, No. 1

The Search for Meaning: From Ground Zero...To the Cosmos
Winter, 2002

Volume 22, No. 2

Islam: Voices of Dissent
Spring, 2002

Volume 22, No. 3

Anywhere But Here: America, Religion, and the Rest of the World
Summer, 2002

Volume 22, No. 4

Drawing Clear Boundaries: Secular & Religious Humanism
Fall, 2002




Volume 21 - 2001

Volume 21, No. 1

Fishing for Control: Fighting Catholic-Public Hospital Mergers
Winter, 2001

Volume 21, No. 2

Is Philosophy Obsolete?
Spring, 2001

Volume 21, No. 3

Humanism and the Death Penalty
Summer, 2001

Volume 21, No. 4

Freethought on the Campus
Fall, 2001




Volume 20 - 2000

Volume 20, No. 1

Of Myth & Men
Winter, 2000

Volume 20, No. 2

The Best of Humanism
Spring, 2000

Volume 20, No. 3

Minds Beyond Earth: What Awaits? What Does It Mean?
Summer, 2000

Volume 20, No. 4

After Church and State Marry
Fall, 2000




Volume 19 - 1999

Volume 19, No. 1

Rescuing Family Values from the Religious Right
Winter, 1999

Volume 19, No. 2

The Population Bomb—The Fallout Continues
Spring, 1999

Volume 19, No. 3

The Science of Religion
Summer, 1999

Volume 19, No. 4

What the World Needs Now—Humanist Manifesto 2000
Fall, 1999




Volume 18 - 1998

Volume 18, No. 1

Heaven's Here on Earth: Why the Humanist Hope
Winter, 1998

Volume 18, No. 2

Darwin Re-crucified: The New Assault on Evolution
Spring, 1998

Volume 18, No. 3

Happiness Now: Re-discovering The Good Life
Summer, 1998

Volume 18, No. 4

What Happened to Truth? The Postmernist Attack on Science, Morality, and Common Sense
Fall, 1998




Volume 17 - 1997

Volume 17, No. 1

Catholic Primate Accept Evolution
Winter, 1997

Volume 17, No. 2

Defending the Freedom to Inquire
Spring, 1997

Volume 17, No. 3

Cloning Humans
Summer, 1997

Volume 17, No. 4

The Real Meaning of Sexual Freedom
Fall, 1997




Volume 16 - 1996

Volume 16, No. 1

The Limits of Tolerance
Winter, 1996

Volume 16, No. 2

Religion in the Public Schools
Spring, 1996

Volume 16, No. 3

A Universe Without God
Summer, 1996

Volume 16, No. 4

Defining Humanism
Fall, 1996




Volume 15 - 1995

Volume 15, No. 1

Opus Dei And Secret Societies
Winter, 1995

Volume 15, No. 2

The Many Faces Of Feminism
Spring, 1995

Volume 15, No. 3

Is There A Need For Fantasy?
Summer, 1995

Volume 15, No. 4

Consciousness 'The Soul' And Artificial Intelligence
Fall, 1995




Volume 14 - 1994

Volume 14, No. 1

Faith Healing: Miracle Or Mirage?
Winter, 1994

Volume 14, No. 2

Overpopulation And Contraception
Spring, 1994

Volume 14, No. 3

Do Children Need Religion?
Summer, 1994

Volume 14, No. 4

Defending Prometheus
Fall, 1994




Volume 13 - 1993

Volume 13, No. 1

Does The Big Bang Prove The Existence Of God?
Winter, 1993

Volume 13, No. 2

Does Humanism Encourage Human Chauvinism?
Spring, 1993

Volume 13, No. 3

Religion A Form Of Insanity?
Summer, 1993

Volume 13, No. 4

Should Secular Humanists Celebrate The Rites Of Passage?
Fall, 1993




Volume 12 - 1992

Volume 12, No. 1

The Hospice Way Of Dying
Winter, 1992

Volume 12, No. 2

The Vatican's Opposition to Family Planning
Spring, 1992

Volume 12, No. 3

Will Secularism Survive?
Summer, 1992

Volume 12, No. 4

Secular Humanism And `Traditional Family Values'
Fall, 1992




Volume 11 - 1991

Volume 11, No. 1

The Secularization Of Society
Winter, 1991

Volume 11, No. 2

Humanism or Theism?
Spring, 1991

Volume 11, No. 3

The Creationist Revival
Summer, 1991

Volume 11, No. 4

Assisted Suicide, War, And Death
Fall, 1991




Volume 10 - 1990

Volume 10, No. 1

Moral Education And Critical Thinking
Winter, 1990

Volume 10, No. 2

An African-American Humanist Declaration
Spring, 1990

Volume 10, No. 3

Dying Without Religion
Summer, 1990

Volume 10, No. 4

Fulfilling Feminist Ideals: A New Agenda
Fall, 1990




Volume 09 - 1989

Volume 09, No. 1

The Case For Active Voluntary Euthanasia
Winter, 1989

Volume 09, No. 2

Living Without Religion: The Ethics Of Humanism
Spring, 1989

Volume 09, No. 3

The Future of Marxism: An Interview with Sidney Hook
Summer, 1989

Volume 09, No. 4

Libertarianism Or Socialism: Where Do Secular Humanists Stand?
Fall, 1989




Volume 08 - 1988

Volume 08, No. 1

Voices of Dissent within the Catholic Church
Winter, 1988

Volume 08, No. 2

Psychopathology And Religious Belief
Spring, 1988

Volume 08, No. 3

Entering Our New World—Humanism In The 21st Century
Summer, 1988

Volume 08, No. 4

Declaration Of Interdependence: A New Global Ethics
Fall, 1988




Volume 07 - 1987

Volume 07, No. 1

The New Inquisition in the Schools
Winter, 1987

Volume 07, No. 2

Personal Paths to Humanism
Spring, 1987

Volume 07, No. 3

Belief And Unbelief Around The World
Summer, 1987

Volume 07, No. 4

Fundamentalist Christian Schools: A National Scandal
Fall, 1987




Volume 06 - 1986

Volume 06, No. 1

Is Secular Humanism a Religion?
Winter, 1986

Volume 06, No. 2

Faith-Healing: Miracle Or Fraud?
Spring, 1986

Volume 06, No. 3

The Shocking Truth About Faith-HealingBelief And Unbelief Worldwide
Summer, 1986

Volume 06, No. 4

The Evidence Against Reincarnation
Fall, 1986




Volume 05 - 1985

Volume 05, No. 1

The Door-To-Door Crusade Of The Jehovah's Witnesses
Winter, 1985

Volume 05, No. 2

Religion And Parapsychology
Spring, 1985

Volume 05, No. 3

Jesus In History And Myth
Summer, 1985

Volume 05, No. 4

Psychoanalysis: Science or Pseudoscience
Fall, 1985




Volume 04 - 1984

Volume 04, No. 1

The Mormon Church
Winter, 1984

Volume 04, No. 2

The Foundations of Religious Liberty
Spring, 1984

Volume 04, No. 3

Armageddon: Are We Living in the Last Days?
Summer, 1984

Volume 04, No. 4

Suppression And Censorship In The Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Fall, 1984




Volume 03 - 1983

Volume 03, No. 1

Academic Freedom Under Assault in California
Winter, 1983

Volume 03, No. 2

The Founding Fathers Versus The Establishment Of Religion
Spring, 1983

Volume 03, No. 3

Religion In American Politics
Summer, 1983

Volume 03, No. 4

Announcing the Academy of Humanism
Fall, 1983




Volume 02 - 1982

Volume 02, No. 1

Democracy and Humanism
Winter 1981/1982, 1982

Volume 02, No. 2

Critical Examination of the Bible and Religion
Spring 1982, 1982

Volume 02, No. 3

An International Symposium On Science, The Bible, And Darwin
Summer 1982, 1982

Volume 02, No. 4

Sidney Hook: Humanism and Politics
Fall 1982, 1982




Volume 01 - 1981

Volume 01, No. 1

A Secular Humanist Declaration
Winter, 1981

Volume 01, No. 2

Secular Humanism Debated
Spring, 1981

Volume 01, No. 3

Sex Education
Summer, 1981

Volume 01, No. 4

A Symposium on the Future of Religion
Fall, 1981