Publications by Title |
A brief history of the Ethical Culture movement by Pat Hoertdoerfer - 1995
A brief History of the Ethical Culture Movement
A Call for a Just and Enduring Peace in Afghanistan by National Leaders Council - 2009
war | afghanistan | obama | nlc | leader |
The National Leaders Council of the American Ethical Union opposes President Obama's plan to dramatically increase the number of troops involved in the conflict in Afghanistan as unreasonable and unjustified.
A Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban by Staff - 1975
war | nuclear |
A Concept Map for Ethical Culture by Staff - 1991
The Concept Map is a summary of the Ethical Movement's philosophy: past, present and some thoughts about the future.
A Secular Age by Amanda Poppei - 2009
Celebrate the beginning of the congregational year with us as Amanda considers whether we live in a secular age or a religious age—and how Ethical Culture can span the divide.
Abolition of Capital Punishment by Staff - 1960
Abolition of Capital Punishment Advocated by Staff - 1960
Abortion by Staff - 1979
Abortion by Staff - 1973
Abortion Rights by Staff - 1982
Adventures in Humanist Community Materials and Registration Forms by Staff - 2013
AEU 2012 Lay Leadership Summer School Application Form by Staff - 2012
The AEU 2012 Lay Leadership Summer School Application Form
AEU asks Inclusion in Covenant of Declaration of Human Rights by Staff - 1951
AEU Assembly 2007 Brochure by Staff - 2007
Complete brochure for the 2007 AEU National Assembly at CW Post College Campus, hosted by the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island. Brochure updated May 2, 2007
AEU Assembly 2012 by Staff - 2012
assembly | 2012 | albany |
Program, registration and general information related to the 96th General Assembly of the American Ethical Union
AEU Endorses Universal Declaration Of Human Rights by Staff - 1949
AEU Lay Leadership Summer School 2012 Brochure by Staff - 2012
The 2012 AEU Lay Leadership Summer School Brochure.
AEU Reaffirms Its Resolve To Support World Peace by Staff - 1949
AEU Reaffirms Its Resolve To Support World Peace by Staff - 1949
AEU Religious Education Fall Conference -- 2007 by Staff - 2007
Brochure and Registration Form for the 2007 AEU Religious Education Fall Conference.
AEU Strategic Plan by Staff - 2005
Our commitment is to implement the Strategic Plan crafted by the AEU Planning Committee. This document contains highlights of the updated AEU Strategic Plan which adjusts AEU governance and implements recommendations of the Presidents Council to help in setting priorities for the Ethical Culture Movement.
AEU Summer School II Brochure 2007 by Various - 2007
Brochure for the new AEU Summer School II
AEU Urges Increased Assistance To Underdeveloped Countries by Staff - 1951
AEU Urges Lifting Immigration Barriers To Admit All Asian And Pacific... by Staff - 1949
Affirmative Action by Staff - 1984
Against Aid To Sectarian Schools And Religious Observances In Public Schools by Staff - 1961
Against Segregation by Staff - 1950
Against the Odds; The Need for Militant Humanism by Matthew Ies Spetter - 2003
platform | militant | leader |
What does it mean today to be an involved person? To find a response to that question we usually concentrate upon the issues of our day. They may be political, social, literary – we all like to quote a great deal ...
Alerts Members To Problems Of Aging, Urging Studies And Cooperative Action by Staff - 1960
Alfred Maund's The Big Boxcar by Meredith Sue Willis - 1999
The University of Illinois Press is doing a great service to readers with ethical and social concerns by reissuing a series of American radical novels of the mid-twentieth century. The Big Boxcar by Alfred Maund, originally published in 1957, is the ninth in the series. Maund, a Southern white man, has written three novels. This was his first, but at the time of writing, he was already an experienced labor journalist and editor as well as an active supporter of the Montgomery (Alabama) bus boycott and the Cuban Revolution.
American Ethical Union: Statement of Purpose by Staff - NA
Statement of Purpose: American Ethical Union -- the American Ethical Union is the organization uniting the 20+ Ethical Societies and local groups. This document is the AEU's formal statement of purpose.
American Indians by Staff - 1976
Amnesty by Staff - 1979
Amnesty by Staff - 1976
Amnesty by Staff - 1972
An Ethical Concept of God by David Saville Muzzey - 1980
One of the questions inevitably asked of a member of an Ethical Society is, Do you believe in God? At first sight this seems like a simple question which can be answered by Yes or No. But in reality it is a very complex question. Everybody except the avowed atheists (and they are comparatively few) believes in some kind of God. Even the devils, we are told, "believe and tremble." And no tribe of men has ever been found that did not have its gods.
An Ethical Concept of God by Algernon Black - 1950
Responsible parents recognize and desire to do whatever they can to meet the child's religious needs. Thoughtful parents know that as the child grows he will have need of direction and faith. Wise parents know that they must not expect the child to accept indoctrination with beliefs which they no longer hold themselves.
An Ethical Society by Jone Lewis - 1995
A short statement on the vision for an Ethical Society
Ann Jones' Women Who Kill by Phyllis Ehrenfeld - 1996
jones | kill | women |
"Lizzie Borden took an axe, and gave her father forty whacks. Then she took another one, and gave her mother forty-one." Would the public forgive? Perhaps, but it helped if you were a lady. The most famous murderess in American history was found innocent in a court of law, in spite of both motive and evidence. Jones' detailed analysis of each of the cases she presents is as intriguing as a summary of a whodunit.
Anna Garlin Spencer by Religious Education Committee - 2003
This free coloring book was created by the Religious Education Committee of the American Ethical Union and is appropriate for preschool through early elementary aged kids. -- Ethical Humanist Heroes Collection.
Anna Garlin Spencer Volunteer Award by Staff - 2009
The Board of Directors of the AEU voted at its September 2008 meeting to develop an internal "AEU Ethical Volunteer Award" to recognize the grass roots nature of our religion and to acknowledge the unsung work of members of its affiliated ethical congregations. At its January 2009 meeting, the AEU Board adopted the description, criteria, and process below and named this award after one of the most well-known and recognized woman leaders in Ethical Culture, Anna Garlin Spencer.
Anthology of Recent Platform Addresses by Ethical Culture Leaders by American Ethical Union -
Are We Religious? by Algernon Black - 1975
From the very beginning, those who have joined the Ethical Movement have interpreted religion broadly and we who are members today interpret religion as a way of life--a way of life dedicated to ethical values--rather than the acceptance of a set doctrine.
Arms Reduction And National Priorities by Staff - 1979
Asks U.S. Senate To Ratify Genocide Convention by Staff - 1951
Assembly by Various - 2011
Assembly 2007 Brochure Illustration by Staff - 2007
The Ethical Logo looms large above the profile of the lighthouse at the Fire Island National Seashore.
Assembly Brochure 2008 by Staff - 2008
To be held in Austin, Texas, the Assembly Brochure 2008 contains schedules, workshop descriptions, and registration forms.
Assistance To Developing Nations by Staff - 1973