My reading has been flowing back and forth between James Baldwin and Pauli Murray. I’ve had Murray’s autobiographical book, Proud […]
Archive for December 2020
’twas the Day After
Twas the day After Christmas and the Christmas Baby (that would be me, born on the 25th) had one more […]
If you’re interested in this kind of thing, pushing back on some of the foggy theological thinking out there, you […]
I may do my best to encourage folks to be Freethinkers, choosing to face difficult questions and reflections about faith, […]
Self the Elf
The perfect message for a year when the American slogan seems to be: Make America Selfish Again And the perfect […]
I was an “Interfaith” chaplain for many years. My wife was the director of an “Interfaith” council. Now, that word […]
Skepticism, Intuition and Horseshit Detection Intuition: “the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning” (New Oxford […]
Curious Computer Bug
Heard a strange clicking on my printer this afternoon. Thought my wife was about to print something. It kept clicking. […]
Is Truth True?
Is it True the Truth Will Set Us Free? Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the world famous oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau, has […]
Honest Search for Truth?
This thought has been firing the synapses in my head the last few days: So much religious faith begins (and […]
Autumn wants to be Winter
This afternoon’s Wintry sky. . .with reflections in the pond preparing for ice.
Born on Christmas!
We all know WHO was born on Christmas Day, don’t we? But … you know that HE wasn’t born on […]