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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.

Nov
30
1995

The Madman’s Speech


By Tim Madigan
The Madman's Speech by Tim Madigan The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 11, Number 4. Mad Again Recently a subscriber sent me a few pages from MAD magazine. It had been many years since I'd seen this particular publication. During my grammar school days I had...

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Nov
30
1995

Advocatus Diaboli


By Tom Flynn
Advocatus Diaboli by Tom Flynn The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 11, Number 4. Requiem For A Juggernaut Last issue, SHB got tough on President Clinton's July 12 Vienna, Virginia, speech. We weren't alone; the day after the speech, the New York Times editorialized: "Mr. Clinton's...

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Nov
30
1995

Executive Director’s Corner


By Matt Cherry
Executive Director's Corner by Matt Cherry The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 11, Number 4. The Challenge and the Opportunity CODESH has a new Executive Director: Matthew Cherry. Aged 28, Cherry has wide experience both in public and media relations and in the development of humanist...

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May
31
1988

Humanist TV


By by Joe Beck
Humanist TV by Joe Beck The following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 16, Number 4."The Humanist Perspective" is a half-hour weekly television program produced by the Council for Secular Humanism at the Center for Inquiry-International in Amherst, New York, and carried by 13 television stations nationwide. Tom...

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Aug
31
1985

Prospects for Humanism under George W. Bush


By Paul Kurtz
Prospects for Humanism under George W. Bush by Paul KurtzThe following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 17, Number 1. George Bush was installed as president of the United States by a brazen judicial coup d'état. Only the black caucus in the House of Representatives has had the...

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May
31
1985

Exciting Plans for New New York City/New Jersey Center Launched


By Paul Kurtz
Exciting Plans for New New York City/New Jersey Center Launchedby Paul KurtzThe following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 17, Number 1. The Council for Secular Humanism (CSH) has announced ambitious expansion plans for its proposed Center in the Greater New Jersey/New York City area.This project was launched...

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Feb
28
1985

Technology for Fun and Profit


By Jo Ann Mooney
Technology for Fun and Profitby Jo Ann MooneyThe following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 15, Number 1. The Capital District Humanist Society (CDHS) in Albany, New York, a member of the Alliance of Secular Humanist Societies, is not only using computer technology, but also promoting it. The...

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Nov
30
1984

Passages


By Andrea Szalanski
Passagesby Andrea SzalanskiThe following article is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 15, Number 1. After 12 years with the Council for Secular Humanism and Free Inquiry, Timothy J. Madigan has decided to devote his energies to academic publishing as the Acquisitions Editor of the University of Rochester Press. Madigan...

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Nov
30
1984

Commentary


By Jeffrey Jay Lowder
Commentary by Jeffrey Jay Lowder This was accepted, but held for lack of space, for publication in the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Vol. 12 No. 3 (Fall 1996). Military Atheists? [Disclaimer: This content in no way reflects the opinions, standards, or policy of the United States Air Force Academy or the...

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Nov
30
1984

Commentary


By James A. Haught
Commentary by James A. Haught This was accepted, but held for lack of space, for publication in the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Vol. 12 No. 3 (Fall 1996). The following is Jim Haught's entry in The Great American Think-Off, an annual contest run by a Christian retreat center that challenges people...

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