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From Ms. Dundee

From: Jason
Sent on: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 12:59 PM
>   The dicussion over should Humanism be religious or not was argued
> endlessly yesterday at the gigantic Humanist Institute Panel on
> Humanist Education.
> This on girl with a Crocodile Dundee hat from the Secular Student
> Alliance eventualy made a point that put an edn to it.  Don't
> remember the point.

 From Amanda 'Crocodile Dundee hat' Metskas:
"The point I made is that whatever we think of the issue of religious as
opposed to secular humanism we can work together in coalitions and continue
to work out these issues.

The second point I made was that we all agreed that we wanted to build a
humanist community.  The degree to which the trappings of that community
involved things that felt similar to religion was a matter of taste.  We
should all go out and build humanist communities that suit our different

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