What is a Humanist

In general, a Humanist subscribes to provisions of the Humanist Manifesto III, a successor to the Humanist Manifesto of 1933, a trademark of the American Humanist Association -- © 2003 American Humanist Association.

Members may regard themselves or others as agnostic, atheist, deist, free-thinker, etc, but as Humanists they also recognize the uselessness and inadequacy of applying labels whose definitions vary from individual to individual, change within the individual from day to day, and with the times; recognizing further that change is the only certainty--that everything is in process.

The Humanists at Barefoot Bay is one of 26 similar groups affiliated with The Humanists of Florida Association.

Visit the Humanist News blog. Although managed by American Humanist Association staff, their views do not imply that the material posted is endorsed by the AHA.

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