Ethical Culture

Date: Tuesday, 23 June 2020 19:30

Venue: Zoom

Most British Humanists will have never heard of “Ethical Culture”: the term is forgotten in much of the Humanist world. Yet Ethical Culture was one of the original Humanist movements, spreading from the USA to the UK and around the world. How did this unique religious and philosophical movement shape the history of organized Humanism in the UK – and what might it have to teach us today? 

James Croft will be joining us over Zoom from the US to talk about the history and modern relevance of the Ethical Culture movement.

James is the Leader of the Ethical Society of St. Louis (Missouri). He holds an MA from the University of Cambridge and an EdD from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he studied Human Development. James was raised on Shakespeare, Sagan and Star Trek, and is a proud, gay Humanist.  Greg Epstein, Humanist Chaplain at Harvard, described James as “one of the most important young thinkers in the Humanist movement today, and an incredibly eloquent and entertaining speaker.”

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