Richard Kiniry, Leader Emeritus
Dan Hanson Presides
What happened to the Movement in the Ethical Culture Movement
The Ethical Humanist understanding of life that includes the idea that life is an ethical experience is just what our unequal, environmentally- degraded world needs.
Ethical Culture is not just an alternative religion; it is a radical replacement for failed, traditional religion.
Richard Kiniry is Leader Emeritus of the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia. He spent his college years in a Catholic seminary, raised chickens in India with Peace Corps, and operated his own Stained Glass business for many years. Mr. Kiniry is a graduate of, among other institutions, the Humanist Institute and the training program of the Ethical Culture Movement. He is also the former Director of Camp Linden, a children’s camp in Chester County, PA.
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