So it's time to go back to school. While a tiny handful of universities do provide a class or two about humanism, most don't.
But the good news is that as of yesterday anyone with an Internet connection anywhere in the world can learn about humanism for free. What's more, you might even be able to get college credit for the courses.
The Continuum of Humanist Education (COHE) is the world's first online, interactive humanist educational program. The Institute for Humanist Studies debuted COHE in 2004 with rave reviews from students and humanist leaders around the world.
But until today, only the introductory courses on humanism were free. Level two classes used to cost users $10, and advanced level courses used to cost users $25.
Submitted by august on Sat, 09/08/2007 - 07:45
Submitted by august on Thu, 09/06/2007 - 14:40
was only 16 when he decided he was done putting up with his public school's mandatory Bible readings. His protest began with silently reading the Koran while the Bible reading were happenings. His protest ended with an eight to one Supreme Court decision that removed school-sponsored prayer and Bible reading from the public schools.
Submitted by august on Mon, 09/03/2007 - 21:42