Council For Secular Humanism Inc
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3965 Rensch Road Amherst NY 14228 USA
To advocate and defend a nonreligious lifestance rooted in science, naturalistic philosophy, humanist ethics, and to serve and support adherents of that lifestance.
Support of programs run though center for inquiry, inc. Programs supported include regional offices, campus & communities, international, institute, and publishing periodicals.
publicationsfree inquiry magazine and secular humanist bulletinfree inquiry publishes articles explaining the principles of secular humanism and supporting those living out its ideals. It explores the contributions of science as they increase our understanding of the world and our ability to improve it. It also examines the damage done by ignorance, intolerance, and superstition. The readership includes scholars, researchers, and lay readers with diverse backgrounds. In additions to articles, free inquiry publishes a very limited amount of poetry. The secular humanist bulletin quarterly newsletter provides a lively forum for humanists to explore the joys and challenges of living without religion. Shb reports on the council's many activities and plans, and it gives updates on the church-state news and other humanist issues. It also debates the full range of secular humanist viewpoints, and gives readers the chance to explore how secular humanism can meet their needs and interests.
secular organizations sobriety programan alternative recovery method for those alcoholics or drug addicts who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of widely available 12-step programs. Sos takes a reasonable, secular approach to recovery and maintains that sobriety is a separate issue from religion or spirituality. Sos credits the individual for achieving and maintaining his or her own sobriety, without reliance on any "higher power. " sos respects recovery in any form regardless of the path by which it is achieved. It is not opposed to or in competition with any other recovery programs. Sos is a non-profit network of autonomous, non-professional local groups dedicated solely to helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety. There are groups meeting in many cities throughout the country.
other program services include the robert green ingersoll birthplace museum program and the african americans for humanism programs.
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