Religious humanism

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Religious Humanism (often also referred to as Congregational Humanism) is an integration of non-theistic humanist ethical philosophy with congregational rites and community activity which center on human needs, interests, and abilities. Self-described religious humanists differ from secular humanists mainly in that they regard the non-theistic humanist life stance as their religion while organizing with a congregational model. Religious humanism is sometimes referred to as non-theistic religion or congregational humanism. Other theistic humanist traditions have arisen over time, such as Christian humanism.