Infidel, n. In New York, one who does not believe in the Christian religion; in Constantinople, one who does.”
It would be great to have reliable numbers on religious migration: how many people change religions each year, how many become new adherents, how many drift away, never to return?
Increasing the ranks
Different religions have different ways of increasing their ranks: birth rate (e.g., all…Continue
If secular humanists don’t look to God, the Bible or the Quran for their wisdom, where do they get it? From other human beings, of course. It turns out that people have been thinking and writing for a very long time about how to live a good life.
I’ve noticed that many of the same ideas keep showing up, across geography, history and culture.
The following collection provides practical advice about how to think, behave, and regard others,…Continue