With all due respect to those who honor, reverence and worship a god or gods/goddesses, I think it’s important now […]
Tag Archive for ‘Humanism’
On a walk in the rain today, after writing my column on Silence, I observed this small fall where the […]
New Religion of Fred?
Fresh off the press: my new column on a new religion for the new year … A New Religion in […]
Merry Season to All
I just received the annual Christmas (not “Holiday”) message from the President of the Evangelical Christian University where I earned […]
Am I a Socialist?
Lots of fear-flaunting these days. In the 50’s, the scare word was “Communist.” Now, “Socialist.” Having never seriously studied political […]
Teaching or Preaching?
Ancient Chinese wisdom, the distraction of “religious activity” and a simple rule learned in jail … Today’s column in the […]
Religion to Love, and Hate
In the 1840’s, Frederick Douglass traveled through the British Isles speaking on his former life as a slave in America. […]
Wonders and Illusions
After hearing an interview with Matthew Tompkins, I’ve been enjoying his book, The Spectacle of Illusion. As an experimental psychologist […]
Is Atheism a Religion?
Spoiler alert: No. Ok, next time someone says atheism is a religion, here’s a good response from Susan Jacoby (Strange […]