Humanist Living Made Simpler

Jen Hancock, the author of the Handy Humanism Handbook, is working on a project called “Humanist Learning Systems” in which she will teach a number of online courses about applied Humanism, so to speak. The first course is “Living Made Simpler” and it begins May 1st.

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Edward Tarte Talks About Tension, Conflict, and Anger in Priests’ Residence

In this video below, Edward describes how his pastor had a heart attack and then accused him of being a cause of it:

Be sure to check out Edward’s YouTube and Facebook pages!

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A Project to Help Homeschooling Humanists

Guess what?

(Are you sitting for this?)

Not all parents who homeschool their children are Christian.

(I’ll give you a minute to digest that.)

It’s true! There are a lot of atheist parents who homeschool their children (for any number of reasons) but there’s a major problem with that: A lot of the material made for homeschooled kids is written from a Young Earth Creationist, the-Bible-must-be-true perspective, such as books from A Beka or BJU Press.

KellyAnne Kitchin and Jenn Gauthier have both dealt with that situation in their own lives and they want to make things easier for other parents like them. It’s true that secular textbook writers are out there, but their books can be expensive and, to quote KellyAnne, “used copies often command a much higher price” than used Christian textbooks.

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Challenge to Christians: Wear an Atheist T-Shirt and Gauge Reactions

The Atheist Advocate proposes a challenge to Christians:

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More Background on That Fourth-Grader’s Creationist Science Quiz

On Reddit and the atheist blogosphere, this image was circulating last week:

It’s supposedly a fourth grade science test from a private school a South Carolina. But we don’t exactly know which school because the submitter wouldn’t say. He said he got the quiz from his friend whose daughter attends the school and they’d like to keep that information under wraps (for the sake of the daughter) until the year ends.

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