Living without God

This book explores living with God, which is what millions of people in Britain do every day. In it we refer to these people as ‘non-religious’. Many of the terms used in this area are slightly awkward as some non-religious people don’t like to be referred to using the term ‘atheist’, and don’t consider it a word that defines a way of life or worldview. We have given specific examples of practice focusing particularly on Humanists, but also use examples of people who would not categorize themselves as Humanists.

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