Myrna Baron

Jewish Secularists Unite

07/25/2003
Staff Writer
The non-religious Jew, the secular, the humanist, the cultural Jew: in a city rich with synagogues and tradition-oriented classes, where are they to turn? There will soon be a new haven for such folks, whose ranks, according to recent studies, are swelling. Those in the region who describe themselves as "just Jewish" or "secular" or "having no religion" have nearly doubled in the last decade, from 13 to 25 percent, according to the recent New York population study.
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