Stories like this impress me for the ingenuity, cooperative labor and artistry. Another model of the union of Humanity and […]
Tag Archive for ‘freethought’
Sneak peek at this weekend’s column: In the Galaxy of Religion, Resistance is Not Futile “In the Sci-Fi series, “Star […]
What is Secular?
On my mind. . . Who defines these things, like secular, freethought, humanism, atheism? Some might question my definitions, but […]
Way of Wonder
Today’s column on the fragile things, like us, that may be stronger (and more wonderful) than we realize: Wasps, Willows, […]
Big Brother or Big Sister?
I guess a lot of us need a Big Sister or Brother. Maybe we need a Strict Parent, at least […]
Great Book Review!
So much appreciate this wonderful review on Patheos! Friendly Freethinker – Book Review “I whole-heartedly recommend Friendly Freethinker to anyone […]
New Book Series!
The pandemic year hasn’t been all doom, gloom and hide in the room. Stepping back a little from being “out […]
Came across this quote on free speech. Good to remember the wisdom: “The marketplace of ideas holds that the truth […]
You-Foes or UFOs?
As a teen I was nearly obsessed with UFOs. I saw strange objects in the sky and just knew those […]
I was going to call this my “Thought of the Day,” but it’s really something I’ve thought about for a […]
New Book for Freethinkers!
I’m pleased to announce the publication of my new book Friendly Freethinker This is a fine collection of fifty (50!) […]
The Center for Inquiry produced an excellent series on American Freethought. With the dangerous rise of Christian Nationalism, this is […]