Humanistic Judaism was founded as a congregational movement in 1963 by the late Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, and has emerged as a stream of Judaism that enables people of any ethnic or religious background to cherish Jewish history, culture, and ethics without worshipping or praying to a supernatural being. (Traditional melody of "Avinu Malkenu;" words attributed to Rabbi Akiva in the Talmud, Taanit 25b. Humanistic version by Rabbi Sherwin Wine and Rabbi Binyamin Biber)
כִּי אֵין בָּנוּ
עוֹד צְדָקָה וְחֶסֶד
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