About DT Strain

Daniel T. Strain is a Humanist Minister, certified by the American Humanist Association (AHA). He is also an artist and a marketing director by profession who frequently writes on a wide variety of philosophic concepts and participates in several Humanist and Freethought organizations.

He is President of the Humanists of Houston (HOH), and currently serving as Vice-Chair on the Executive Council of AHA's Chapter Assembly. He serves on the Education Committee of the Kochhar Humanist Education Center. He also helps to organize the Humanist Contemplatives Club, a small local group exploring the introspective and 'spiritual' side of life for the naturalist.

His writings have appeared in several newsletters and in the AHA national publication "Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism". He has served on the Philosophy of Religion panel discussion at San Jacinto College. He has also appeared as a panelist on the Houston PBS television program, The Connection, discussing religious belief and non-belief. Other writings include procedural and training manuals for the companies where he has worked.

DT Strain maintains a website and philosophy blog at dtstrainphilosophy.blogspot.com, where his writing largely concerns the interface between ancient philosophy, modern science, and Humanism. Emphasis is placed on the role of applied philosophy in modern living, made accessible to a wide variety of people.

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