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I thoroughly enjoyed Greg Epstein's explanation of the American Humanism movement and his vision of where it can go. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Timothy Hickey
The used hard-back book arrived in excellent shape. Quick delivery.
About the book -- provides a great overview of Humanism and includes universal principles of living a... Read more
This is a dumbed down introduction to Humanism that seeks to reassure someone who is wondering about Humanism that they are not alone and that they can be good without god. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kagcritic
Excellent argument/support of Humanism, without poking jabs at organized religion. This is a great piece of literature, an alternative to religion, to bolster the spirits of those... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jersey Joy
This book is not terribly deep, but it's a positive explanation of atheism without the usual shrill hatred of religion.Published 11 months ago by Rick