What We Do
The purpose of the Humanists of Southeast Michigan is to promote the ideals of the “Humanist Manifesto – Humanism and its Aspirations” that express an ethical, democratic, naturalistic life-stance that challenges irrationality, promotes critical thinking and the separation of church and state. We present a system of Humanist ethics that is a rational alternative to those based in religion and encourage connections among thoughtful people in our community.
- Monthly meetings, often with guest speakers
- Chapter of the American Humanist Association https://americanhumanist.org/
- Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/HumanistsOfSoutheastMichigan/
- Center for Secular Humanism https://www.centerforsecularhumanism.org/
- American Humanist Association https://americanhumanist.org/
- The Birmingham Temple https://www.birminghamtemple.com
- Our Bylaws
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The Humanist Hour #229: Bart Campolo on Why I Left, Why I Stayed
on April 19, 2017 at 4:06 pm
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The Humanist Hour #228: Lucien Greaves on the Satanic Temple
on February 22, 2017 at 5:24 pm
Greaves discusses The Satanic Temple's ongoing fight against religious favoritism and pursuit of fair and equal application of the law. The post The Humanist Hour #228: Lucien Greaves on the Satanic Temple appeared first on TheHumanist.com. […]