Humanistic/Secular Judaism
By the 1960s, the more liberal wing of the reform movement was moving even beyond even Reform theological approaches and adopted a non-theistic Humanist stance. The new secular Jewish movement drew upon a tradition of Jewish leadership in non-theistic forms of philosophy since Spinoza and through the Enlightenment. They have divided over whether they should keep the trappings of the religious tradition, even as they agree in dropping mention of God or revelation. Internationally, they have found a home in the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations.