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

Definition

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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