Was the Sun the original God? Was our Solar System’s HeadLight the origin of anything and everything “god”? However we […]
Tag Archive for ‘Humanism’
Essays, Columns, Stories, Books
In case you aren’t aware, many of my essays and columns are collected in published books: Broken Bridges A Freethinker’s […]
God and Atheists
In his eulogy for Henry Thoreau in May 1862, Emerson quotes his friend as saying: “Nothing is so much to […]
New Book is #1 in Two Categories!
My new book, Broken Bridges is now at the top of the charts on Amazon in these categories: #1 in […]
The Gospel of Socrates
Ancient thought, relevant for today. “The Gospel of Socrates” I first read Plato in an introductory Philosophy class in the […]
A Secular View of Sin
“Is there such a thing as sin?” Those of us who have a “history” with the Church know quite a […]
How people face tragedy says so much about how they were raised and taught what faith means and how to […]
Requiem for the Gods
With all due respect to those who honor, reverence and worship a god or gods/goddesses, I think it’s important now […]
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 […]