The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard puts faces and stories to ten individuals who "make up the Humanist community" — two undergrads, two graduate students, four faculty members, and an alumnus.
The 50th anniversary of the World Humanist Congress in 2002 created a declaration of humanist belief extolling seven fundamentals of modern Humanism.
Newsweek's Belief Watch columnist Lisa Miller writes about the pejorative connotations of the word "secular" and how it's used as shorthand by conservative pundits.
Famous biologist E.O. Wilson had been a vocal critic of organized religion, and then, in 2006, he wrote The Creation, in which he makes a plea for cooperation between science and religion for the sake of the environment.
is the Humanist chaplain at Harvard University.