A new issue of Freethought Today is out. Secularization and disenchantment: An excerpt from What Matters? Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age. Ryan Stringer on modal arguments for atheism. Humanism is an impossible dream: The concept as defined by the BHA cannot exist even in atheist societies, as it then becomes a religion in itself. Biancamaria Fontana reviews The Atheist's Bible: The Most Dangerous Book that Never Existed by Georges Minois (and more). It stands to reason, skeptics can be sexist too: Rebecca Watson spoke out about sexual harassment among atheists and scientists — then came the rape threats. An excerpt from Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies by David Bentley Hart. No God, not even Allah: Ex-Muslim atheists are becoming more outspoken, but tolerance is still rare. Blame it on the Reformation: Mark Lilla reviews The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society by Brad S. Gregory. Tom Rees on how atheists are generous — they just don't give to charity. The atheist paradox: Now that Christianity is the dominant religion on the planet, it is unbelievers who have the most in common with Christ.