Posted: December 3, 2009.
Published: December 3, 2009.
Print: The Baltimore Sun
“We are now reaching critical mass,” said Greg Epstein, the humanist chaplain at Harvard University and author of “Good Without God: What A Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe.”
...“We are reaching numbers and levels of awareness that suggest that we are owed a place at the table of discussion about issues of religion and ethics around the world. And we now need to step up to that table.”
“Humanists are never going to have a pope that will tell us what to do,” he said. “And no one, including myself, would want that. But if you have no organization, if you have no critical mass, no ability to come together in strength, then you have no voice.”