Ethical Humanist Society of The Triangle

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The killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, is not just a tragedy for his family, his town, and the state but it is a wake up call to everyone who claims to care about racial equality, and justice.  Blacks […]

It was my recent pleasure and privilege to attend the International Humanist and Ethical Union’s [] 2014 General Assembly (GA) in Oxford, England. This event was held in conjunction with the 2014 World Humanist Congress. The GA is the meeting where the […]

Mandisa Thomas will speak to EHST on September 14th at our regular meeting via Skype.  She will address how modern atheism-humanism can reach out to attract a more diverse range of nonbelievers. Mandisa Thomas is a founder and President of […]

A fundamental philosophical question for those of us who do not base morality on a deity is what to base it on instead. One possibility is to try to base ethics on science. Certainly scientific knowledge, along with other kinds […]

Felix Adler, who helped found Ethical Culture over a century ago, said it was a religion for those who are religiously inclined and a philosophy for those who are not (and today “spiritual” might better capture what the phrase “religiously […]

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    a humanistic congregational community promoting the cultivation of ethical values founded on reason and science and inspired by the love of humanity.