I prefer religious language - no snark! Well, almost none.
[Editor's note: this is a response to David Breeden's Sneaking One Over on the Humanists post and the religious language poll.]
That's right I'm one of the ten percent of respondents in the poll who expressed a preference for religious language - not because I use it a lot, but because it is useful to me in a much wider universe, than is "non-theistic" language alone. I do use a lot of non-religious language too - in the meetings and on the advisory board of the large Midwestern Secular community (CFI Michigan) to which I belong. And much of the time, in the UU congregation (Berrien UU Fellowship - about half humanist in membership) in which I am active. And in the overwhelming majority of my dealings with HUUmanists. Read more about I prefer religious language - no snark! Well, almost none. »