Religion and Suicide
“The purpose of the current study is to replicate Durkheim’s analysis, utilizing the fifty U.S. tates and Washington, D.C., a the units of analysis.”
Looking back at a life that has moved from a dependent Catholicism to an autonomous humanism.
Imprisonment and Religiosity
Religiosity seems to correlate with criminal conduct . . . until you examine the data more scrupulously.
The Learnings of a Secular Humanist
The Fifteen Commandments according to one secular humanist.
Cremation and Religiosity
I believe that the strongest objective evidence for greater attitudinal acceptance of death may be found in increasing cremation rates.