Category Archives: Humanism

“I do not have the words”

Sometimes, even when we do not have the words, we still must do something. Continue reading

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Values Voting

This post first appeared in The Shofar newsletter of Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation in February/March 2020 Ready or not, here comes another national campaign year. Primaries, debates, rallies, fundraising appeals, op-eds and Facebook posts. And finally, long after we have had enough, a chance … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Memorial Day

How might Humanist clergy offer an “invocation” and “closing blessing” for a public celebration of Memorial Day? Continue reading

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One of the first questions I receive as a Humanistic rabbi in any media interview is “Are you an atheist?” – it happened again this past month on Sarasota NPR. One would think that the shock value of an “atheist rabbi” … Continue reading

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