“Ideas that Sing: Awe, Wonder, and the Future of Humanism” at the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester this Sunday!

The Ethical Culture Society of Westchester

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...]

We Are Atheism – My Page Is Up!

We Are Atheism

We Are Atheism has gone live with my page and my interview, which was done at the Skeptics of Oz conference earlier this year! Thanks to Amanda and Adam Brown for their work on the site! [Read more...]

The Humanist Institute – What on EARTH is “Faith”?

Books

I’m back at The Humanist Institute (a Humanist leadership training program which you can join too!), at the headquarters of the American Humanist Association, and we’re talking about faith. Specifically, we’re discussing James Fowler’s Stages of Faith, an attempt to lend some psychological weight and bring some scientific clarity to the notion of “faith” and how it develops in human beings. [Read More...]

Religion and Education: Towards Religious Literacy

Reason

Education is my thing. I have undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field of education, and was a high school teacher back in London before I defected to the USA. I care deeply that young people receive an excellent education which prepares them to be master of their own minds and encourages them to have an open, [Read More...]

NEW STAR TREK TRAILER

Star Trek Into Darkness

I was raised on Star Trek. It is a fine set of explicitly Humanist parables. It was my family’s Bible. There is a new movie coming out. ‘Nuff said.   [Read more...]

James the Giant Croft – Google Alerts Me Of My Nemesis

James Croft Evangelist

Google Alerts is a wonderful service which sends me an email every time “James Croft” appears on a website, in a news article, etc. I find it extremely useful as it allows me to track where there are blogposts about my work which require immediate attention ( =P ). Sometimes though – since I am [Read More...]

Responsible Writing

Dialogue

It’s strange what catches the attention. What I thought was a rather innocuous and boringly-balanced post on the strengths and weaknesses of Rebecca Watson’s recent talk at Skepticon 5 has sparked a barrage of commentary, not all of it flattering to yours truly. Most of the criticism seems to be along the following lines: “You are being [Read More...]


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