The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard marks its 30th anniversary on April 20-22 with an international conference asserting humanism is a non-theistic philosophy that allows for understanding and respect between believers in God and atheists.
Humanist Chaplain of Harvard University Greg M. Epstein said “Humanism”, which encompasses but does not end at atheism, is the philosophy that best represents the diverse, emerging population of 1.1 billion non-religious people around the world. And so the Chaplaincy is calling its upcoming anniversary conference “The New Humanism.”
“The time has come to say to the world that inclusiveness is the best approach, for non-religious and religious people alike,” Epstein said. Read more