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The Secular Humanist Bulletin (SHB) is the 16 page newsletter of the Council for Secular Humanism. It is available by subscription. SHB subscriptions are separate from subscriptions to FREE INQUIRY.


SHB provides a lively forum for humanists to explore the joys and challenges of living without religion. SHB reports on the Council's many activities and plans, and it gives updates on church-state news and other humanist issues. It also debates the full range of secular humanist viewpoints, and gives readers the chance to explore how secular humanism can meet their needs and interests.


Whether you want to learn more about secular humanism, or you want to share ideas on how to put humanist principles into practice in your everyday life, SHB is essential reading.

May
28
2009

“Was It Right to Publish the Islam Cartoons?” NO: Tolerance and Humanism


By David Koepsell
Was It Right to Publish the Islam Cartoons? NO: Tolerance and Humanism David Koepsell The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 22, Number 1 (Spring 2006). The April/May 2006 issue of Free Inquiry features four of the twelve cartoons about the Prophet Muhammad commissioned by a Danish...

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May
27
2009

The Book That Started It All


By John J. Dunphy
MY VIEW The Book that Started It All John J. Dunphy The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 4 (Winter 2005/2006). As the owner of a secondhand book shop, I am constantly receiving donations of used books. Some of them are immediately consigned to the...

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May
27
2009

AAH Update - Humanists and Skeptics Gather in Latin America


By Norm R. Allen, Jr.
AAH UPDATE Humanists and Skeptics Gather in Latin America Norm R. Allen, Jr. The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 4 (Winter 2005/2006). Humanists and skeptics met in Buenos Aires, Argentina, last fall for the first major Latin-American conference on critical thinking. People came from...

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May
27
2009

Oregon’s ‘Day of Reason’


By Frank Pasquale
Oregon’s ‘Day of Reason’ Frank Pasquale The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 3 (Fall 2005). Tuesday, June 21, 2005, the first day of summer, was declared “A Day of Reason” in Oregon. The designation was originally the brainchild of Portland citizen Gerald Gage, who...

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May
27
2009

The Development of the Humanist Movement in Russia


By Anna Kudishina
The Development of the Humanist Movement in Russia Anna Kudishina The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 3 (Fall 2005). The question of the meaning of human life is very important for the advancement of Russian culture, especially at the end of the twentieth century....

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May
27
2009

The United States Is Not a Christian Nation


By David Koepsell
The United States Is Not a Christian Nation David Koepsell The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 2 (Summer 2005). Council for Secular Humanism Executive Director David Koepsell debated Stephen M. Crampton, chief counsel at the American Family Association Center for Law and Policy, after...

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May
27
2009

Big Doings At-and Around-the Ingersoll Museum


By Tom Flynn
Big Doings At—and Around—the Ingersoll Museum Tom Flynn The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 2 (Summer 2005). Generous donations last year, coupled with some very special volunteer work, mean a record amount of new and/or refurbished material going on display at the Robert Green...

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May
27
2009

China Trip Marks Start of Major CFI Initiative


By Bill Cooke
China Trip Marks Start of Major CFI Initiative Bill Cooke The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 2 (Summer 2005). It seems that in China everything is either three years old or three thousand years old. Between the museums with their exhibits of ancient objects,...

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May
27
2009

The Asian Tsunami


By Bill Cooke
The Asian Tsunami Bill Cooke The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 1 (Spring 2005). On Christmas Day 2004, millions of Christians gave thanks to the god they deem their creator. Some gave thanks by going to church; others may have said grace at their...

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May
27
2009

The Need for Help in Dying; What I learned from the movies


By Faye Girsh
The Need for Help in Dying; What I learned from the movies Faye Girsh The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 21, Number 1 (Spring 2005). This year, two movies involving voluntary euthanasia (eu=good, thanatos=death) won major recognition: Million Dollar Baby and The Sea Inside. In the...

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