The 30 Days of Love Campaign is an interfaith project sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association that aims to "harness love’s power to stop oppression" through a combination of community activism and outreach.
Chris Stedman is the Assistant Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University and author of Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious. He tweets at @ChrisDStedman. This post originally appeared at Religion Dispatches. The debate over Humanist chaplains in...
Chris Stedman reflects upon a recent visit to Utah as he prepares for Boston Pride.
In honor of Mother's Day and moms everywhere, where sharing a few of our favorite Mom moments in Beacon books. Today's passages illustrate two beautiful gifts the authors received from their moms: for Kevin Jennings, a love of books; for...
Now available at Audible: The story of a former Evangelical Christian turned openly gay atheist who now works to bridge the divide between atheists and the religious.
Fifty-Five Years Ago Today... Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin Yes, this publicity hit is from February 26, 1958, but we didn't have a blog (much less the not-to-be-missed Beacon Buzz report) back then ... The New York...
The authors of Gather at the Table embark on their West Coast tour.
Chris Stedman explores the true meaning of Christmas... for an atheist.
An interview with Chris Stedman about his life as an atheist interfaith activist.
A new book tells the story of a former Evangelical Christian turned openly gay atheist who now works to bridge the divide between atheists and the religious.
We all have stories to tell. Chris Stedman reflects on how Eboo Patel inspired him to begin sharing his own story, and how Patel's new book Sacred Ground can inspire others.
Chris Stedman examines how his interfaith work interacts with his queer identity.
What should happen when a Muslim walks into an airport? Chris Stedman responds to a fellow atheist's troubling answer to that question.
Chris Stedman calls for his generation to reject apathy -- about politics, but also about religion.
Chris Stedman's work as an interfaith activist has been largely defined by a single question: "Wait -- you do interfaith work, and you're an atheist?!"