This liturgy provides Chrisitan Humanism a voice, and a format for expressing that voice. It can serve as a guide for Agnostics, Atheists, Christians, Humanists, Jews, Mohammedans, Quakers, Unitarians, the unchurched and all unbelievers. Humanism is a system of thought that emphasizes the centrality of common human needs. It is neither atheistic nor the absence of religious faith. It does not deny the human need for a form of worship within a community of fellow-seekers of independent thought regarding spiritual matters. Humanism is, rather, a system of thought that rejects blind faith in Biblical and other traditional sources for guidance in matters related to morality, ethics, and the origin, control and behavior of all within the cosmos.