Christians no longer the majority

The census held in March 2013 shows that the majority of New Zealanders are not Christian. In the lead up to the census the NZARH conducted a radio campaign educating people to be honest about their religious affiliation. It encouraged people to tick ‘no...

The Bootstrap Problem

With threats such as resource exhaustion and global warming facing humanity there is a non zero chance that our modern civilization will not last the distance, and may in fact collapse. It would of course not be the first time a civilization collapsed. Other...

Terminal Decline of Christianity

The results of the 2013 New Zealand Census has Christianity down to 47 per cent. Retired scientist, Ken Perrott’s, accompanying graph charts Christianity’s decline in every recent census and projects its decline to just above 20 per cent by 2030 and...

Submission the the Constitutional Commission

The NZARH strongly believes that government should be secular, neither recognising nor funding religion or other non-religious belief. We do not address individual issues arising from the Treaty of Waitangi. We note the New Zealand Human Rights Committee statement...

Editorial: Future Growth

The new coffee house for public discussion is the Internet. It began in the early 1990’s with Newsgroups of the nacent Internet. Today it has evoilved into social networking systems like Facebook and Google+ on which a reasonably large subset of the community...