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Understanding Humanism: A Conversation with Chris Stedman, Humanist Chaplain

Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education
Chris Stedman

The rise of those described as “nones” or those who are not religiously affiliated has steadily increased on college campuses for years. Perceptions that the “nones” are all atheists or anti-religious is prevalent. But Chris Stedman, one of the leading voices in the humanist community in the United States has much to say when it comes to understand those that fall within this category, and specifically those who describe themselves as humanist. Join us for this in depth discussion where we’ll discuss what it means to be humanist in America and on our campuses.

Cost
49
Course Length
60
Course Type
On Demand

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