Tag Archives: Humanistic Judaism

Interview with Charles D. Miller – President, Kahal Chaverim, NJ Congregation for Humanistic Judaism

by | January 30, 2020

They believe in God, in a way that I do not. But they are comfortable within the humanistic environment because humanistic Jews do not preach, “This is the way that you have to be.” I think we are far more open to people working on their own, dealing in their own relationships, believing in their own evolution that way.

Ask Gretta (and Denise) 6 – Atheists and Humanists at the Pulpit: A Tale of Two Freethinkers

by | March 31, 2019

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Reverend Gretta Vosper is a unique individual in the history of Canadian freethought insofar as I know the prior contexts of freethinking in Canada’s past in general, and in the nation for secular oriented women in particular. Vosper is a Member of The Clergy Project and a Minister in The United Church of Canada (The UCC) at West… Read more »