Secular Humanism 2018-02-20T22:55:22+00:00

Secular Humanism

‘The Humanist’ Published an Essay by John Dunphy Entitled ‘A Religion for A New Age’ with the Public School Classroom as its Battlefield vs. “the Rotting Corpse of Christianity”

The Secular Humanist Bulletin has given writer John Dunphy another platform from which to present his views about how the humanists plan to use the public school classroom to proselytize for their ideology. The Humanist magazine published an essay by John Dunphy in its January/February 1983 issue entitled "A Religion for A New Age." This essay has been widely quoted ever since as evidence of the humanists' plan to impose their values on public school children. Now, the Secular Humanist Bulletin of Summer 1994 (described on its masthead as "The Associate Members' Newsletter of the Council for Democratic and ...
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Secret Society Insider, Dr. Richard Day, National Medical Director of Planned Parenthood, Reveals the Global Elite’s Evil Plan for Humanity

There was a meeting of pediatricians and students which took place at the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society and one of the speakers was Dr. Richard Day, an eminent professor and physician as well as well as Director of Planned Parenthood. He asked that no notes or recordings be made of the meeting due to possible danger and/or consequences. He then revealed not just what is planned for the entire world's people but also how this evil cabal intend to carry out this plan. For, those who understand such things will recognize that Day's remarks are merely reiteration of the secret agenda ...
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Torcaso v. Watkins: The Supreme Court Ruled it Unconstitutional for a Person Seeking Public Office to Have to Declare Their Belief in the Existence of God

In A.D. 1961, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Torcaso v Watkins.  The case hinged on the right of a man who had otherwise qualified for the office of Notary Public in “Maryland” to assume that office without first confessing (as required by the Maryland Constitution) that he believed in God. The man was an atheist and refused to falsely confess that he believed in God when, in fact, he did not.  More, he contended that the requirement for a confession of a belief in God was an unconstitutional “religious test”. The Supreme Court ruled in ...
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Humanist Manifesto I is Published in the New Humanist Magazine, Co-authored by American Education Reformer, John Dewey

HUMANIST MANIFESTO I was originally published in 1933 in the NEW HUMANIST (VOL. VI, #3 MAY/JUN, 1933: Yellow Springs, Ohio), the main publication of the American Humanist Association. Co-author John Dewey, the noted philosopher and educator, called for a synthesizing of all religions and a “socialized and cooperative economic order.” Humanism was “codified” by 34 of its leaders in 1933. Although many other versions of humanism have appeared before and since, here are some excerpts from the original Humanist Manifesto I: FIRST: Religious humanists regard the universe as self-existing and not created. SECOND: Humanism believes that man is a ...
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