Check out “Where Religious Freedom Has Special Meaning,” an interesting article in the Bergen Record about Joe Chuman, the New Jersey Ethical Leader who gave us such an inspiring Sunday morning address in December. Do you agree with Joe that non-believers are made to feel lesser than other Americans? If you’re a non-believer, or a non-traditional believer, what has been your experience?
Also, the reporter calls Ethical Culture an alternative to religion; others call it an alternative religion. As a member or just someone who’s come across this site, what’s your opinion? Or does the question just split hairs?