The Huffington Post web site has a commentary by an Ethical Culture member who suggests that politicians be judged by their ethics, not by traditional religious labels. Interestingly, though, the writer refers to Ethical Culture as a “secular group.” As I’ll be talking about this Sunday, Ethical Culture is humanist but also a religion, a concept that is clearly confusing for many people, including some of our own members. How can one have a religion that is wholly this-worldly? Why should one bother? Come this Sunday at 11am and I’ll try to address these and other questions related to the similarities and differences between Ethical Culture and secular humanism.