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Richard Kiniry, Leader Emeritus of the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia, spoke on October 14, 2012 at the Philadelphia Ethical Society about “Faith in Faithless Times.”
Ethical Humanism claims each person plays a part in creating our human world. So, are we proud of our handiwork? While Ethical Society members may have trouble living up to that belief, most human beings have never heard of the idea. Trying to live that principle could change our world and human beings can learn to find their meaning in life in positive involvement in their relations with others and the natural world. Ethical Humanism is a very good idea; we ought to spread the word.
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Looking forward to this program at Susquehanna Valley Ethical Society/ Ethical HumanismToday's program planned and brought to us by our Millennials! In honor of MLK and our recognition of the work we have yet to do.
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