I need events that can’t be canceled.
We don’t need religion any more to explain the universe. And we obviously don’t need it to tell us right from wrong. But it must be useful, or why would people hang on to it? This essay is about one of those uses.
Read the whole thing here at the Washington Post. (And if you don’t subscribe to the Post and don’t want to, you can probably read it online courtesy of your library. Check into that.)
Read the rest here at the Washington Post.
I wish I could have expressed this as well as you have. I, too, have Judaism without God.