September 4, 2013
Yes. I tell people I am a Humanist and that I define Humanism as having the ability and the responsibility to do all that I can to develop all that it meanst to be human both in myself and in others. I then have fun defining what it means to to be human. This includes our rational, but it also includes our emotional, social, cultural etc. It includes all that the universities include in their Humanities programs such as art, literature, music, history, social science, psychology, philosophy, etc. I am in the process of becoming a Humanist celebrant.
On the web. However the web page I was sent to isn't active any more.
I am a management consultant (Finance and Computers). I was raised Fundamentalist/Evangelical (I attended Moody Bible Institute and was a missionary to France) preparing for the ministry. I no longer believe in the supernatural, authority, or dogma
The group was very courteous in letting everyone speak and voice their own opinion - not those of some religion, political party, or some guru. The group was very intelligent and very informed so the conversations were very stimulating.