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Is atheistic humanism sustainable?

Giles Fraser, in a column in the British paper, the Guardian, suggests there is a tension between atheism and humanism.

Indeed, the fascinating question posed by Theos is whether an entirely atheistic form of humanism has the resources to sustain itself. If the foundational story of human origins is not that we are chosen by God but that we are descended from apes, what is it that makes human beings morally distinctive? Yes, of course I think Darwin was correct scientifically […]

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