Fremouw article

Take a look at Ed Fremouw’s short article, “Science and Religion: A Personal Synthesis,” in The Compass, the online newsletter of The Jefferson Center.

When I search for a label to identify my spiritual perspective, my literal self suggests “scientific rationalist” or at least, without equivocation, “natural materialist.” With at least equal comfort, however, I choose the more frequently heard “religious humanist.”

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