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Wine Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine was born in Detroit, Michigan, in In andRabbi Wine served as a chaplain in Korea, bringing the comforts of home to the Jewish soldiers he met. His work had more to do with Jewish culture than Jewish religion.
I did a kind of intellectually-based series of lectures on subjects of interest and concern to the troops. I think some of them became pretty interested in a chaplain who was caring about some of the not-necessarily-religious matters they were caring about. The article attracted significant attention, leading to the birth of a new denomination within Judaism.
The Humanistic Jewish movement has grown from these early beginnings, celebrating its 50th anniversary in The Humanist of the Year award was established in to recognize a person of national or international reputation who, through the application of humanist values, has made a significant contribution to the improvement of the human condition.
In addition, he was a principal contributor to Judaism in a Secular Age: Rabbi Wine was killed in an automobile accident in Morocco on July 21, The Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series schedules readings every quarter and features nationally known writers reading their own work.
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Though sometimes elusive, their interpretations are anxiously sought for God's will. Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine () was the intellectual framer of Humanistic Judaism, founding rabbi of the Society for Humanistic Judaism, and founder of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, as well as a .