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Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Guiding lights in humanism

Not sure how long this site has been up there on the WWW, but take a look. It’s called The Really Simple Guide to . . . Humanism (not sure of the purpose of the ellipsis, but there you go; maybe it’s a kind of ta-da), and its front page tells us:

The really simple guide to . . . Humanism has been created to inform interested newcomers to Humanism. The series offers simple answers to the most frequently asked questions about Humanism and the opportunity to think about them and learn more.

There’s a short video there with the likes of A. C. Grayling and Polly Toynbee telling you why they think humanism is a good thing. But there’s plenty else on the site, so make up your own mind. And pass it on to friends who are curious about a life without a belief in sky fairies.

It’s a very attractive site, easy to use, and all the information you’ll need to see life from a humanist point of view is easy to find and eminently readable, without being patronising.

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