The spring 2024 cover of New Humanist is a reimagining of The Thinker, surrounded by scientific devices

Rethinking science: New Humanist spring 2024 is out now

Our latest issue features Emma Park on how the culture wars are damaging the sciences, theoretical physicist Tasneem Zehra Husain on why the imagination is key to decoding the universe, and Alom Shaha on what can be gained by thinking like a scientist
Donald Trump and his wife Melania visit a Catholic shrine in Washington, DC

The Church of Trump

The former US president is playing with a toxic mix of religion and politics ahead of the next election
'Divine service as it is usually performed on board a British frigate at sea' by Augustus Earle, circa 1836

Solace for soldiers

The British military's recruitment of non-religious pastoral support officers has been a long time coming
The cover illustration of New Humanist's winter 2023 issue shows a science fiction-esque image of an eye and test tube. The cover line reads: 'The baby wars'

Baby wars: New Humanist winter 2023 is out now

Our latest issue features Pavan Amara on the new technologies revolutionising reproduction, Gabriele Di Donfrancesco on Europe's battle over "family values" and Rachael Lennon on a decade of same-sex marriage. Plus, a new column from Shaparak Khorsandi!

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