Humanism: Who Should Write the Fourth Manifesto?

Religious humanism has exerted enormous influence over contemporary Unitarian Universalism.  Even those who do not consider themselves “humanists” in their theology or philosophy have absorbed many of its principles. Those who identify as Religious Humanists range from hard-edged skeptics for whom rational/scientific thought is the only way to approach religious questions, to Religious Naturalists, Queer Theologians and seekers for whom traditions such as Buddhism, Paganism, Womanism, Feminism, often call for anti-oppression using Humanist principles in their rationales.  No matter what the form such humanisms take, however, there are applications and drawbacks to this theology. Join us for this exploration in another theology.