Atheists celebrate marriage without religion
During their college years, Alisha Hunt and Jake Winslow both turned away from the religious beliefs they held while growing up.
When they met, the atheism they had in common helped draw them together. But it posed a bit of a dilemma when they decided to tie the knot in April.
The Northwest Side couple wanted a wedding that didn’t include references to God but something more than a courthouse ceremony. Who, they worried, would marry them?
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