A Short History of Religious Humanism

“As I look forward into the future I seem to see the dim outlines of a human church, where all come together and worship in diversity of thought but in unity of spirit.” –Dr. John Dietrich


Religious humanism–better described today as congregational humanism–melds humanist commitments with a congregational model that includes regular assemblies, community, social justice work, life-passage rituals, and music and other arts.

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