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Suffolk Humanists

 

We have no meetings or events planned  at the moment and do not expect to until the pandemic has subsided.

 

Our most recent (November) News Bulletin is available by clicking here.

 

 

About Humanism

Throughout recorded history there have been non-religious people who have believed that this life is the only life we have, that the universe is a natural phenomenon with no supernatural side, and that we can live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity. They have trusted to the scientific method, evidence, and reason to discover truths about the universe and have placed human welfare and happiness at the centre of their ethical decision making.

Today, people who share these beliefs and values are called humanists and this combination of attitudes is called humanism. Many millions of people in Britain share this way of living and of looking at the world, but many of them have not heard the word ‘humanism’ and don’t realise that it describes what they believe.

Humanists think that:

The Suffolk Humanist group was founded in 1991.

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