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Industry and Climate Change

Tonight, Tue Jan 28, 2014, the Concord Area Humanists had their Small Discussion Group at the Concord Library.  The goal at the meeting was to rank several issues for future discussions.  Although there was much discussion on many topics, I’m not sure that it led to any ranking. Read more about Industry and Climate Change »

Non Arrogant Humanism

the Latest Humanist Network News, there is a link to an article by Roy Speckhardt entitled “An End to Arrogant Atheism” which was originally published in the Huffington Post, Religion section dated January 23, 2014.  Roy is the Executive Director of the American Humanist Association.  It is an excellent article about how we Humanists, atheists, or whatever do not do ourselves any favors by deni Read more about Non Arrogant Humanism »

MLK and Humanism

This week we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day (third Monday in January) and also his birthday (January 15, 1929).  Seeing that he was a minister, and did a great deal of work within churches, it might be questioned why I might discuss him on a Humanist blog.  Although MLK’s beliefs were centered around a god and religion, his actions were based on his values, ethics and sense of justice.  And his actions were centered on the absolute morality of human rights and the absolute immorality of the Viet Nam War.  So while his beliefs were thei Read more about MLK and Humanism »

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