Archbishop Tutu’s daughter, an Episcopal priest, was not allowed to lead a funeral for her godfather in an Anglican church […]
Tag Archive for ‘Humanism’
You may have heard ex-Christians (or at least ex-Evangelicals) using the word “deconstruction” to describe their exit from faith, or […]
Afterthoughts on the Afterlife
Is there really anything after life … after death? Here’s a sneak peek at my column coming this weekend: Hereafter, […]
Freethinkers can sometimes assume the role of Son of God (or Daughter, Child of God). . .at least as Hindus […]
How Can You Not Believe?
Taking this series of images of a dragonfly we hit with our car, I was awestruck by the amazing, intricate […]
Are YOU a Freethinker?
For a class I’m teaching on “Contemporary Freethinkers” I wrote up this little quiz. See how you do with it, […]
The Rusty Rule?
Gold or not, was this ancient “rule” (not exclusive to scriptures) meant to be the heart of the whole message? […]
This week’s column shines a much-deserved light on three influential mothers who, in their own way, shaped our history. Three […]
New Sprout for Spring! 46 short reflective essays: 1-Freethinking on Faith, Feathers & Flocks 2-Mountains to Sea, Crossing Lines 3-Jesus […]
I’ve just submitted this week’s column. It may seem like a light-weight, yet perhaps heavy enough to consider if a […]
This week’s column is on the Zen Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh who passed away last week. His writings were […]
Freethought Society Essay on Burroughs Published
Thanks to Margaret Downey, President of the Freethought Society in Pennsylvania, my essay on naturalistic philosopher John Burroughs is included […]