“Future of Humanism” on patheos.com

Patheos is running a series on the future of religion, and this week they feature contributions about the Future of Humanism and nonbelief.

I’ve got a short essay, as well as Ed Buckner, Chris Highland, Hemant Mehta, Ronald Lindsay, David Silverman, and Roy Speckhardt.

In keeping with the demographics of nonbelief, all of the contributors are male, naturally. I’m the most pessimistic of the lot. (That was predictable.)

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