A Nurse’s Case for Secular Morality

One man finds secular morality in the longstanding Golden Rule, which he argues prevailed long before we decided that it came from a God, drawing from an evolutionary necessity.

Drawing on innovative sociological research and extensive in-depth interviews with nonreligious men and women across the country, "Living the Secular Life," by Phil Zuckerman, illuminates this demographic shift with the moral convictions that govern secular individuals.
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