Or simply an analogy of my life-story? Journey to the Forest of Freethought (a secular parable for the trail to […]
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Faith in Nature?
What does it mean to have faith in nature? This is not about worship or a “religion of nature.”
Today’s column borrows a story from the ancient scripture, The Bhagavad Gita, to address a serious contemporary problem. Can We […]
Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs
“Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs” (seeking trails to secular worship?) One summer we drove to the coast where I saw […]
A Jail Chaplain’s Story
Maximum In-Security/Inside Out: A Jail Chaplain’s Story After serving ten years in maximum security, I had to get out. I […]
We Don’t Need a Candle to See the Sun Rise In October 1832, several years before he gained fame as […]
If you’re interested in this kind of thing, pushing back on some of the foggy theological thinking out there, you […]
Is Truth True?
Is it True the Truth Will Set Us Free? Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the world famous oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau, has […]
Nones Bible: Chapter Four
The Nones Bible Chapter Four “Some confusion about where believers go when they die” I don’t make it a habit […]