Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.

Five best books on Humanism

You may already know the Five Books website Experts on many and varied subjects are interviewed at length and give suggestions of their top five books in their subject. Please do explore the website if you have a specific interest, as it is likely to be covered! Recently, Andrew Copson (Chief Executive of Humanists UK… Read more »

Letter in the Observer: more to life than religion

SELHuG Chair Hester Brown had a letter printed in the Observer on the 10th March!

Review: Talk by Barbara Smoker

In March, Barbara Smoker visited the Bromley Humanist Group to talk about her life and recent Autobiography. Barbara was introduced to the meeting by Asad Abas who concluded his introductory remarks by quoting Steven Evans, CEO of the National Secular Society, in his lead article in the Spring 2019 issue of the society’s journal Bulletin… Read more »

Bromley April meeting: Humanist reflections

When: Wednesday 10th April, 2 – 4pmWhere: Bromley (map) Bromley’s April meeting is devoted to discussion and one of the members came up with the following suggestion: Each attendee will be given a maximum of five minute slot to explain what led them toward humanist, atheist conviction and what they hope to gain from attending… Read more »

Review: Morality as Cooperation

At our March meeting, Dr Oliver Scott Curry (Oxford University) joined us to talk about Morality as Cooperation: how evolution explains ethics. Oliver described the research that has recently been carried out by a team from the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology at Oxford. It set out to demonstrate the validity and universality of… Read more »