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After the Bloody Mary Game: Living into Humanism
Breeden, David | Foreword by Amanda Poppei
Wipf & Stock Publishers / Softcover / 2017-06-01 / 1532613288
price: $39.95 (may be subject to change)
212 pages
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After the Bloody Mary Game is for anyone interested in exploring humanism. Full of insight and humor, this book both explores where humanism has been and points a way toward an inclusive and multifaceted future for Humanism.

"The world needs humanism like never before, and David Breeden offers a fresh, lively, engaging, thoughtful, and accessible invitation. Highly, happily recommended." —Phil Zuckerman, author of Living the Secular Life

"Breeden has presented a deep, profound, and poetic philosophical outlook on humanism devoid of academic pretense. This thought-provoking book is grounded in a rich historical context delightfully woven into a refreshing, inspiring, and contemporary viewpoint on the varieties of humanism. One cannot read this book and fail to contemplate the human in humanism. —Kristin Wintermute, Executive Director, The Humanist Institute

David Breeden is Senior Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.

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