Skepticamp 2014 Speakers – Adam Chalom

“I was raised as a Humanistic Jew, so I have always lived by a naturalistic view of the world. I am fortunate to work as a Humanistic Rabbi (www.kolhadash.com), which means I get to help others do the same.”

Skepticamp topic:
Can You Be a Jewish Atheist?
Some question whether one can connect to a religious and cultural tradition like Judaism while not believing its supernatural claims of revelation and divine intervention. Modern skepticism goes far beyond the questioning allowed within traditional Judaism. Can one find footing in both worlds at the same time?

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