I will give Susan Brown credit for one thing. She seems to have gotten her name right. Other then that, not so much. Secular humanists like me arive at moral decisions based on reason and empathy. For example, a person suffers if a god exists or not. There is suffering in the world, and a god’s existence doesn’t take away from that. Suffering is awful and should be reduced. Does she only care about suffering and harm if a god supposedly tells her? Really? IF a god uses reason, then the god is just a means to a conclusion, no matter how logical. If morality is just a god’s whims, well, then it is just his whims. WOrthless and without foundation.