When It Comes to Ethics, It’s “Show, Not Tell”

Anyone can claim to love truth. It’s another thing to show it. Read more

On Messy Language and Satisfactory Distinctions: A Response to Eli Bosnick

When it comes to certain matters, the truth can be fuzzier than we might like. Read more

Is Nuance Good? The Answer Is Not That Simple

Is nuance always good? The answer might surprise you — or not. Read more

On Surviving and Rating Our Pain

Getting free means being able to claim our pain and give it the fair assessment it deserves. Read more

In Defense of Being Fragile

It isn’t shameful to be fragile, no matter what the world says. Read more

No, Tim Keller Has Not Been “Marginalized”

Diminishing privilege is not the same as marginalization. Read more

Help Me Write a Book of Secular Celebrations

We can always use more resources for secular celebrations. Here’s how you can help. Read more

Journeying Through a Valley of Darkness

Walking through the valley of darkness can be lonely. Don’t walk it alone. Read more

You Only Live Once, But So Does Everybody Else

Humanism requires us to balance both our desires and the needs of others. Read more

Should Self-Sacrifice Be Considered a Humanist Virtue?

Christianity taught me to deny myself. Is that right anymore? Read more