What are the implications of embracing a philosophy or life stance in this ever changing and challenging world? How can Humanism inform our choices and guide our interactions with others? These are some of the questions we will discuss in a new NJHN online group which we call “Exploring Humanism.”
We’ll meet once a month, on the 1st Sunday, to share our thoughts on the basic tenets of Humanism, along with Humanistic approaches to an array of social issues and problems. We’ll use as our guide the basic online studies program of the American Humanist Association Center for Education and will focus on one of the courses in the program each month.
Michael Jacobsen will moderate the online discussion, beginning with an overview of the month’s course. In preparation, participants are encouraged to go through the free coursework on the AHA education page but anyone is welcome, even if you were not able to complete the reading. All you need to do to access the courses is register with your name and email. All of the basic courses are free.
Our meetings require advance registration.
After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the link to join the meeting.
Hope to see you as we go Exploring Humanism!
AHA Center for Education Basic Free Courses: