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Tag Archive for ‘Humanism’
The Center for Inquiry produced an excellent series on American Freethought. With the dangerous rise of Christian Nationalism, this is […]
Why Don’t You Believe?
What if I told you: I hiked up a mountain the other day and a strange thing happened: a burning […]
How to Kick a Cult
When I was an Evangelical Christian in my youth, we were frightened of anything or anyone that might tempt us […]
I found this article on “Election Deniers” (WaPo) both encouraging and discouraging. You might note, as I did, the similarities to […]
Which Flag, Jesus?
Some seem to think they “own” the flag. Just as some think they “own” Jesus. Where would Jesus go to […]
End of Spirituality?
This essay was originally published in my e-book, Nature is Enough (2013). Selected essays, including the one here, were posted […]
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 […]
Humanism and Race
I read Dr. Anthony Pinn‘s book, When Colorblindness isn’t the Answer and just beginning to read his book, Writing God’s […]