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Niose explorers secularism’s extraordinary rise and shows how it offers hope for more rational, inquiry-based public policy and discussion.” – Publishers Weekly

On Trump's Snub of the Press

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Donald Trump has decided not to attend the annual White House…

Interview: San Francisco Review of Books

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I recently discussed several issues relating to secularism with…

Another Legal Victory

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Our legal team's latest church-state victory comes from Missouri,…

Eternal Oblivion? So What?

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Who's afraid of oblivion? My latest piece for Psychology Today…

March for Science is April 22

With the success of the Women's March on Washington last month,…

New event: Boston, January 25

I'll be at Boston University on Wednesday night, January 25,…

New event: Providence, Rhode Island, January 9

I will be in Providence, Rhode Island, on Monday night, January…

School Uses Donuts to Lure Kids to Bible Study

Our American Humanist Association legal center sent a complaint…

AHA Back in Court: Fourth Circuit Appeal

Our American Humanist Association legal center was back in court…

Corporate Power and the Demise of Democracy

My latest Psychology Today article looks at the powerlessness…

Church-State Appeal Arguments

I haven't posted much recently because I've been very busy with…

The Danger of Claiming that Rights Come from God

My latest Psychology Today article explores the claim, so often…