I am brand new to the forum, and I enjoy viewing everyone’s thoughts and intellect here. I thought I would impose this question upon the masses; albeit it is a loaded question that should elicit many different opinions.
Are there any tenants of Humanism that still allow for the possibility for believing in [a] God to support any emotional constructs? I would like to achieve a semantical/epistemological balance between many different ‘ism’s; i.e. Humanism, Deism, Atheism, Agnosticism, etc.
Right now, Syncretism seems to be the best usage of [a] word; however Syncretism can be associated (or stigmatized) with the smörgåsbord of “make a wish” theories that support many of the pop-culture New Age beliefs that are prevalent today.
I hope that this was the best forum to pose this question vs. the General forum.