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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

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…

Why Don't They Baptize Fetuses?

My latest piece for The Humanist is a bit cheeky, but it also…

They Asked Me to Give a Sermon

    It's not every day that an atheist and…

Canada's CTV: Discussing the Role of Anti-Intellectualism in the US Election

I discussed the role of anti-intellectualism in the U.S. presidential…

Conference: CFI of Northeast Ohio, September 17

I'll be speaking at the conference of CFI of Northeast Ohio on…

Freethinkers and Libertarianism (Book Excerpt from Fighting Back the Right)

With the candidates of both major parties carrying high negatives…

Not All Soldiers Are Christians

AHA sends complaint over "Christian soldier" memorial.

Landmark Secular Resolution Passed at DNC

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Here's something that flew under the radar of the press last…

As a Society, We've Got Issues

My latest Psychology Today piece comes in the wake of a violent…

'Anti-intellectualism' passes the 2 million mark

Anti-intellectualism Is Killing America, a piece I wrote last…

Ocala in the summertime

Ocala, Florida, isn't an ideal destination at the height of summer,…