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The Secular Society and the Secularized Individual

Sherwin Wine describes the contemporary secular setting and the process of secularization that has produced people who are philosophically secular but culturally connected to their religious heritage (as opposed to the “wounded” who are angry at religion/god). Recorded at “The New Humanism” conference at Harvard University in June 2007

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Note on sources: The Jewish Humanist  was the monthly newsletter of The Birmingham Temple. The periodical Humanistic Judaism was the quarterly journal of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. The Center for New Thinking was Wine’s adult learning program beyond Humanistic Judaism. Selections from Wine’s books are appropriately cited.
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