Are you a humanist? A lot of Evangelical Christians might hear that question and immediately say no, as though the idea is just unthinkable. Have another look.
This is the first of what may be many short videos, comparable to the “Nuts and Bolts” blogs. I’m interested in seeing how they are received.
- 2009's Greatest Hits
- Episode 036: Alvin Plantinga and Properly Basic Beliefs
- Charting a course for 2015
- Humanism, ignorance, and bizarre terminology
- Episode 051: Good Friday 2014
8 thoughts on “Reclaiming Humanism”
May I suggest you put that out as a podcast too? Multiple methods of communication for multiple audiences 🙂
I’m looking for a better table to use for these vids. This one is too low, and there’s no place for my feet in front of me. I need a news presenter’s style table.
Glenn I think this format is a really great idea in so many ways.
I really enjoyed this. However, if you do release this as a podcast as Roy mentions, I would suggest expanding upon it, and keeping the podcast in the longer format. Although multiple methods of communication is a good idea, I think they serve different purposes.
Really enjoyed this, as I do all your podcasts.
Good point, well made. I look forward to the next video.
The New Atheists highjack too many labels as being their exclusive property and like calling themselves “humanists” because for most people (at least in France and Germany) it sounds like “humanitarians”.
It is time to change this!
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