Paul Golin is the executive director of the Society for Humanistic Judaism (www.SHJ.org), the congregational arm of a movement that combines a humanistic philosophy of life with Judaism as a cultural and historic experience. He is a writer, speaker, advocate and consultant on such topics as intermarriage, outreach, engagement, disaffiliation and inclusion in the Jewish community.
Articles by Paul Golin
What Is Secular Humanistic Judaism?
This "fifth denomination," founded in the 1960s by a Reform-ordained rabbi, describes itself as humanistic rather than atheistic.