The sixth post in my “Countdown to 30″ series, looking forward to my 30th birthday and back to how I got here. Humanist Activist The past two years or so has been a whirlwind of Humanist activism. I launched this blog, Temple of the Future, to present a positive, powerful, passionate vision of Humanism that might [Read More…]
Bart Worden, the Executive Director of the American Ethical Union – the national organization coordinating the work of the nation’s Ethical Culture Societies (non-theistic communities dedicated to ethical action) – made the following statement yesterday in the wake of Friday’s shootings: The tragedy of the killings in Newtown Connecticut on December 14th is unspeakable. What [Read More…]
With much excitement, and with many thanks to the amazing Rob Lehr of Hambone Productions, I am delighted to present to you God is Dead. So What?, my talk from Skepticon 5! This was my first time at Skepticon as a speaker (I was on a panel at Skepticon 4) and I had a wonderful time! In the [Read More…]
“Ideas that Sing: Awe, Wonder, and the Future of Humanism” at the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester this Sunday!
This Sunday I’ll be giving my latest presentation – “Ideas that Sing: Awe, Wonder, and the Future of Humanism” – at the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester! Come along if you’re in the area: there will be Carl Sagan, there will be Abraham Maslow, there will be Felix Adler and Jason Silva and Quiet Company and [Read More…]
The Washington Post yesterday featured a fantastic article on the Washington Ethical Society’s latest Thanksgiving service idea: Leader Mary Herman asked the 150 or so congregants at the Washington Ethical Society on 16th Street NW to check their programs. Ten of them would find a randomly inserted blue card. She asked those 10 to stand up. “I [Read More…]