Greg M. Epstein

Greg M. Epstein serves as the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University, and is author of the New York Times bestselling book "Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe." Follow him on Twitter @gregmepstein.

Stories by Greg M. Epstein
Harvard Chaplain: Black Mass Is Permissible but Unwise

Harvard’s Humanist Chaplain calls for dialogue and understanding in the wake of a controversial event.

Love me do: secular sex as a family value

Q:Do your religious beliefs exalt or stigmatize sex (or both)? Is religion a useful tool for helping young people navigate … Continued

Repeal ‘don’t ask, dont’ tell,’ preserve values and save lives

Q: Top U.S. defense officials say they will repeal the decades-old “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, which requires gay soldiers … Continued

Brit Hume’s choice

Q: Is there widespread media bias against Christianity? Against evangelicals such as Brit Hume and Sarah Palin? Against public figures … Continued

The nonreligious need to celebrate

I’m writing this from a Starbucks–as American a place as any these days, no?–where I’ve just been informed by a … Continued

Disarmament Begins With Ourselves

Q: Reacting in part to recent missile tests by Iran and North Korea, President Obama and a unanimous UN Security … Continued