Humanist Press

Creating Change Through Humanism

By Roy Speckhardt

“It’s hilarious that we live in a world where someone has to defend humanism. Who is against the humans? Unfortunately, far too many on the planet fight against reason and logic. Roy fights back with an excellent argument that defends humanism and makes a great case for coming out as a nontheist. The world would be a little bit more rational if we all listened to Roy’s points.”
Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks and founder/CEO of TYT Network

“In his ambitious and engaging work, Creating Change Through Humanism, Roy Speckhardt offers a deeply informed survey of the vibrant humanist landscape. Linking humanism to our embrace of democracy, as well as individual, social, and human rights, he explores how the ideas and philosophies may be applied to modern issues and challenges, both political and personal. A thoughtful and important contribution to the canon.”
Katherine Stewart, author of The Good News Club: The Christian Right’s Stealth Assault on America’s Children

“Roy Speckhardt’s book is a compelling invitation for people to engage actively in social and political life as humanists. Creating Change Through Humanism will speak powerfully to the hearts and minds of tens of millions of Americans who may not have a church but definitely have a calling to participate as citizens and moral actors in the challenges of our time. Roy Speckhardt has an important and urgent message.”
Jamie Raskin, U.S. Representative for Maryland’s 8th Congressional District

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