The Humanist is the only regular magazine devoted to Humanism which discusses its various conflicts with religious beliefs. It can contain controversial topics and features on complicated issues of humanity which would interest independent thinkers and strong atheists. The magazine is a London based publication produced by the Rationalist Association. The Association aims to promote reason, debate and free thought and it has been established since 1885.
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The New Humanist has distinguished itself as a world leader in supporting and promoting humanism and rational thought and opposing religious dogma and irrationalism wherever it is found. The New Humanist’s mantra is ‘ideas for godless people’. It is a really interesting read if you like to ponder controversial topics on religion and faith, particularly if like many other people you aren’t certain if any of it really makes much sense anymore.
The New Humanist likes to push the boundaries on independent thought and will regularly contain interviews with the most controversial new philosophers and academics in the sector. A recent issue of the magazine contained information on a new idea by AC Grayling which discussed his work which suggested putting together a non-religious bible. Grayling himself recognised the scale of ambition involved in putting together a book of this nature. It’s definitely a bold and fearless project which has already caused disapproval from religious critics from all over the word. This is the sort of thing that the New Humanist magazine likes to print, it likes to shock, inspire and motivate others to come up with alternative ideas which don’t rely on opinions from religious zealots who may have inflicted their unwanted ideas on the masses.