Atheism Is Scary Because It Reminds People of Death
“. . . People are now more likely than ever to bypass religion altogether and to look toward popular culture for guidance.”
Not only is death inevitable, life wouldn’t be possible without it.
The Future of Death
A year working in a mortuary reshapes one atheist’s understanding of death.
A Secular Stoic Perspective on Death
Ancient Stoic philosophy has much to offer contemporary secular humanists.
Would You Pray with a Dying Believer?
What is a secular humanist to do under these circumstances? To pray or not to pray?
Three Minutes before Midnight: An Interview with Lawrence Krauss about the Future of Humanity
One on one with a keeper of the Doomsday Clock, which has been tracking existential risk since 1947.
How the Nonreligious Are Reshaping American Burial
Cremation’s popularity is swelling. One factor seems to be growth among the nonreligious.
Protecting Your Service Wishes When Your Loved Ones Are Religious
Worried how your religious survivors will arrange your funeral? You can’t stop them, but you can set limits.