Losing my religion

My nurse training started in 1956. Coming from an orthodox Christian home I used to attend meetings of the Nurses’ Christian Fellowship. Although I appreciated the support of like-minded nurses, my contact with the wider world of illness, suffering and death started a process of doubt. This was partly fuelled by the good practice I […]

Everyday Humanism

‘Of making many books there is no end’  – The Bible (Ecclesiastes 12 v 12). Although Everyday Humanism edited by Dale McGowan, above left, and Anthony B Pinn, hopes to provide a “soft landing” for those deserting their supernatural faith or belief, it joins many other recent texts with “humanism” in their title. But a […]