When I think of religion at all, I feel as if I would like to found an
order for those who cannot believe: the Confraternity of the Faithless,
one might call it, where on an altar, on which no taper burned, a
priest, in whose heart peace had no dwelling, might celebrate with
unblessed bread and a chalice empty of wine. Everything to be true must
become a religion. And agnosticism should have its ritual no less than
I'm a minister in Cambridge (UK) on the roll of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches with sympathies towards a contemporary Lucretian inspired religious naturalism, new materialism and Christian atheism. Jazz bass player, photographer, cyclist and walker.