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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

Interview: Conatus News

I recently did an interview with Conatus News, discussing humanist…

On Trump's Snub of the Press

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

Interview: San Francisco Review of Books

I recently discussed several issues relating to secularism with…

Another Legal Victory

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

Eternal Oblivion? So What?

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…