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The Society for Humanistic Judaism creates communities that embrace a human-centered philosophy that combines the celebration of Jewish culture with an adherence to humanistic values.

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    bethami.com AU - History

    The first Humanistic Judaism community was established in 1963 by Rabbi Sherwin Wine and a number of members founded the Birmingham Temple in a suburb of Detroit. In 1969, a North American central organization, the Society for Humanistic Judaism ( www.shj.org ) was founded to establish and suppor... Read article

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    avivadirectory.com Add Url - Submit Site - Faith & Spirituality > World Religions > Abrahamic Religions > Judaism > Denominations - Aviva Web Directory

    Focusing on the Jewish family and community, this organization seeks to make its contribution to the betterment of human society as a whole. Learn about Liberal Judaism communities, conferences, and lifestyle. - Liberal Judaism http://www.liberaljudaism.org/ http://www.shj.org/ Read article

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    Organization Information Agency Code: 12504 Society for Humanistic Judaism 28611 W. Twelve Mile Rd. Farmington Hills, MI 48334 Phone: 248 478-7610 Email: info@shj.org Web Site: http://www.shj.org Human-centered celebration of Jewish culture and identity, promoting humanism, dignity, equality and ... Read article

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    chjmc.org Who We Are :: CHJ

    The Congregation for Humanistic Judaism of Morris County (CHJMC) is a growing and vibrant community of secular Jewish and interfaith families, empty-nesters and singles who celebrate Jewish culture and history. Rather than focusing on and praying to a supernatural being, members believe in takin... Read article

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    humanisticrabbis.org Leaders / Madrikhim / Vegveyser | Association of Humanistic Rabbis

    Full details can be found at the IISHJ website. What are people saying about Secular Humanistic Judaism and Humanistic Rabbis? and the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations are served by Leaders / Madrikhim / Vegveyser. They receive special training through a course of study at the Internation... Read article

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    secularhumanistjewishcircle.org SHJC Links

    The Secular Humanist Jewish Circle (SHJC) is a local group whose mission is to meet the affiliative needs of cultural, humanist, secular Jews (and their non-Jewish family members/partners) in the greater Tucson area. <style type= Read article

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    salem-news.com Society for Humanistic Judaism Condemns Mosque Burning in Tuba-Zangaria - Salem-News.Com

    The Society for Humanistic Judaism (SHJ) has issued a statement condemning the arson attack on a mosque in Tuba-Zangaria, Israel. The October 3, 2011, arson and vandalism of this mosque is just the latest in a string of similar attacks by a shad..... Read article

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    vshj.ca Event Listing | Victoria Society for Humanistic Judaism

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    kolhaverim.net Kol Haverim: Board of Directors

    FLCHJ is an affiliate of the Society for Humanistic Judaism , the national organization for Humanistic Judaism | info@kolhaverim.net The Board usually meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm Lifelong . Board meetings are open to all members of Kol Haverim. Board terms run from Sep... Read article

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    hjccohio.org Newsletter October 2013 | hjccohio.org

    Search for: Recent Posts Regular meetings are held on the fourth Sunday of each month (unless pre-empted by a special event) at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation East (UUCE) building in Reynoldsburg. Affiliation Join Our Newsletter Read article

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    patheos.com Interview with Ellen Johnson Follow-up

    In fact, even after having read the mission statements of many of these groups, I don’t find many notable differences. If there are valid differences which should be respected, it seems like a PR failure not to publicize them. Still, she is right about the value of their ad hoc collaborations. As... Read article

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    onbeingboth.wordpress.com Interfaith marriage | On Being Both

    But many will hear the message more clearly (and with less resistance) coming from a traditional religious leader, than from an interfaith families activist. An Orthodox rabbi can get away with embracing a Menorah Tree, while a second-generation interfaith parent, not so much. I keep my distance.... Read article

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    reddit.com Humanistic Judaism

    Its philosophical foundation includes the following ideas: A Jew is someone who identifies with the history, culture, and future of the Jewish people; Judaism is the historic culture of the Jewish people, and religion is only one part of that culture; Jewish identity is best preserved in a free, ... Read article

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    secularjewishcircle.org Bagels : Secular Jewish Circle

    Upcoming Events Copyright © 2014 · All Rights Reserved · Secular Jewish Circle Read article

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    richarddawkins.net RDFRS: High holidays for Jewish atheists | The Washington Post

    Communal Tallits are laid in the lobby for visitors to the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C. | Nathaniel Grann / For The Washington Post Since Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the most sacred days of the Jewish calendar, why would an atheist Jew like me note these high holidays? And I’... Read article

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