Divine Impulses: Greg Epstein on humanism and being "good without God"
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Divine Impulses: Greg Epstein on humanism and being "good without God"

"Humanism is the constant reminder that we don't get a do-over," said Epstein, Harvard's Humanist chaplain. "We don't get a re-take. This [life on earth] is it." (Video by Elizabeth Tenety)

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