NYC Profiles: God is in the Pamphlets

A built-in aquarium lines the walls of Ken Bronstein’s unexpectedly large apartment on the Upper East Side. I had been wondering. I know people with sensibilities antithetical to Mr. Bronstein’s, and their walls are covered with crosses and quotes from the Bible stitched into fabric. I’d been curious to see if the president of New York City Atheists (NYCA) decorated in a way that gave insight into his beliefs — an atheistic equivalent to a crucifix, maybe — but except for a “Separate Church and State” sign leaning against a wall, he does not.