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NHS appoints humanist to lead chaplaincy team


Lindsay van Dijk will help meet demand for non-religious pastoral care in Buckinghamshire
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The Humanist Dilemma: Feeling Philanthropic: Where to Begin?


Advice for a reader who wants to help but is having trouble getting started.
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Majority of Scots say they are ‘not religious’


The Humanist Society says the findings show Scotland needs to “stop blurring the lines of church and state”.
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A Humanist Response to the Severe Flooding in Louisiana • Foundation Beyond Belief


National coverage has finally begun for what the Lower Mississippi Forecast Center, a division of the National Weather Service, is calling a “1000 year rain event.” Flooding is occurring like the state hasn’t seen since Katrina due to a complicated, slow moving weather system that dumped as much as 30 inches of rain in only two days across nearly half the state. Over 40,000 homes were damaged by what officials have said is some of worst flooding ever to hit the state, and 8,000 people remain in emergency shelters. Eleven fatalities have been recorded so far.
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I’ll believe in God – but on on one condition | New Humanist

Laurie Taylor reminisces about the arguments he’s had with true believers.
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Jamie Raskin, An Openly Humanist U.S. House Candidate from Maryland, Just Won His Primary


Finally, a candidate who doesn’t hide the fact that he’s not religious.
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6 Ways Humanist Funerals Are Transforming Contemporary Spirituality | Sojourners


As a mortician, I’ve been involved in a variety of funerals. As a religious person, I view them from a unique perspective — how we care for the body, and how this intertwines with one’s personal faith.
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International Humanist Group Issues Report on Anti-Atheist Discrimination Around the World


International Humanist Group Issues Report on Anti-Atheist Discrimination Around the World
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British Humanist Association sends The Young Atheist’s Handbook to every prison and young offender institution in the UK | Richard Dawkins Foundation


Today the British Humanist Association (BHA) is sending free copies of The Young Atheist’s Handbook: Lessons for Living a Good Life without God to every prison and young offender institutions in the United Kingdom.
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The Day – Colleges bring in ‘humanist’ chaplains to serve nonbelievers – News from southeastern Connecticut


Los Angeles – When Bart Campolo broke with the church almost five years ago, he immediately began to feel something missing.It wasn’t so much that
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