Greg Epstein is the humanist chaplain at Harvard University and the author of the New York Times bestseller Good Without God. In the introduction, he wrote: This is not a book about whether one can be good without God, because that question does not need to be answered -- it needs to be rejected outright. To suggest that one cant be good without belief in God is not just an opinion, a mere curious musing -- it is a prejudice.
Yes. This article is awesome! "And that’s where spirituality really lost its way. When it became a stick to beat people with. “Do this or you’ll burn in hell.” You won’t burn in hell. But be nice anyway."