What’s the Future of Humanism?

What’s the future of faith according to people who practice it? What about the future of atheism and Humanism?

Patheos Press (hi, bosses!) has put out an anthology called Future of Religion: Traditions in Transition (edited by Kathleen Mulhern) that features thoughts about the future of various belief systems.

The Humanism section features contributions by Ron Lindsay, Dave Silverman, some brown guy, and Roy Speckhardt.

It’s a perfect book for anyone who studies world religions and wants to know where adherents of Paganism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and other religions see their faiths going in the next few decades.

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  • eonL5

    Well, all of us here like that “brown guy”

    Congrats on the book!

  • Nordog6561

    “The Humanism section features contributions by Ron Lindsay, Dave Silverman, some brown guy, and Roy Speckhardt.”

    Some brown guy?  What, is that like some kinda code for “smiling Mexi-Gay”?

  • BathTub

    So a Silver Man and a Brown Man?

  • The Other Weirdo

    hi, bosses!

    I don’t know if you realize how disturbing that sounds, coming from a supposedly free-from-interference atheist blog. Personally, I think you would’ve been better off on your own. At least then you wouldn’t be providing advertizing for the Mormons.

    But, what do I know?

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/ Hemant Mehta

    1) It’s called a joke.

    2) There’s no interference. I write whatever I want.

    3) I had Google ads at the old site. I posted about Mormons so Google presented Mormon ads on the site. That’s how they work. That’s not a Patheos thing.

    4) You know little.