What does social justice look like from the perspective of a secular humanist? In this interview, I consider this question with writer and humanist activist Sincere Kirabo. Mr. Kirabo is the former social justice coordinator at the American Humanist Association and the lead organizer for the 2018 Secular Social Justice Conference. He continues to work […]
Is the Atheist My Neighbor? reviewed in “The Humanist”
Humanist writer and activist Sincere Kirabo has reviewed my book Is the Atheist My Neighbor? at The Humanist. It’s a very fine and positive review. Here’s the final paragraph: “This brief (only 97 pages) but thorough book is worth reading, dissecting, and recommending to others. I think it does a great job of presenting atheists as complex beings […]
A Conversation with Atheist/Humanist Blogger Sincere Kirabo
I recently participated in an enjoyable dialogue with atheist and humanist blogger Sincere Kirabo. The conversation was just posted at his blog, “Notes from an Apostate” and you can read it here.