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Heretics Brunch - August

  • When: Sunday, August 31, 2014 @ 11:00 am
  • Ignatius Eatery, 3121 Magazine St, New Orleans, view map

Before the old religion of Sunday football starts, we have to get in one more Heretics' Brunch. Then it's really back to the grind of school and shorter days. But if you have been meaning to get out of the house and enjoy some good conversation, this might fit the bill.

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New Episodes - The New Orleans Humanist Perspective

Program #170: Stan Goldberg
Host Harry Greenberger talks with Stan Goldberg, Professor Emeritus University of New Orleans, about the origin of life.
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Time: 28:42 More in Education
Program #169: National Council of Jewish Women
Host Harry Greenberger talks with Lis Kahn and President June Leopold of the National Council of Jewish Women.
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Time: 30:49 More in Education
Program #168: NOSHA
Host Harry Greenberger talks with President Charlotte Klasson and board member Ricky Adams of the New Orleans Secular Humanist Association.
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Time: 29:00 More in Education
Program #167: Akula Foundation
Host Harry Greenberger talks with Manager Paul Mathes and Christopher Guthrie of the Akula Foundation.
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Time: 28:55 More in Education

Watch more episodes on our Media page.

Atheist Eve Cartoon

Atheist Eve Cartoon
 Atheist Eve for August 2012: Spiritual, but not Religious?
12 August 2012 | 2:00 am


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What is Humanism?

Humanists reject superstitious beliefs.

Instead, we can make sense of the world using reason, experience and shared values.

We can make the best of life by creating meaning and purpose for ourselves, and choosing to take responsibility for our actions.

It is important to act morally towards others, not because of a divine imperative, but because people have inherent dignity.

We have only one life, it is our responsibility to make it a good life, and to live it well.

Famous Quotes

A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death. - Albert Einstein

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NOSHA produces a half-hour program, "The New Orleans Humanist Perspective," which airs on Cox Cable, New Orleans, Channel 76. See our Media page for more detail.

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2012 American Humanist Association Convention
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2012 American Humanist Association Convention
Dave at the 2012 American Humanist Association Convention.