Sure to stir more questions and pushback, this article in “The Conversation” is worth a read. “Faith Still Shapes Morals […]
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One of the most satisfying aspects of a practice of freethinking is teaching Freethought. Like Science, Philosophy or even Religion, […]
Faces of Faith (and Freethought)
Whose Faces come to mind when you think of Faith or Freethought? Are these the Faces of Faith you picture: […]
New Book Series!
The pandemic year hasn’t been all doom, gloom and hide in the room. Stepping back a little from being “out […]
Art of the Wild
A sneak peek at this week’s “Highland Views” column. Look for it Saturday in the Asheville Citizen-Times. Elegant Incognito and […]
Religion, or Life?
In 1832, the year he left the ministry, Emerson wrote these words in his journal: “Religion in the mind is […]
My Address is a River
The new edition of My Address is a River, first published in 2010, is now available in paperback and ebook! […]
One of the most delightful shows on the tube these days is “Young Sheldon.” Brilliant little guy (“mighty little man,” […]
Follow Jesus, break a Commandment?
The Nones Bible Chapter Five “Does Religion (Specifically Christianism) Have an Image Problem?” Or, “Does the Worship of Jesus break […]