For my Tuesday ritual (going on 7 years now) I just submitted another “Highland Views” column to the Asheville Citizen-Times. […]
Tag Archive for ‘humanist’
Birth of Chaplaincy?
Speaking with some new chaplain friends in England (for a podcast soon to be posted) I mentioned how much my […]
Seems humanity still can’t “get him” after 2000 years. Funny, but not surprising, this divides those on the Left and […]
Does Belief Matter?
This weekend’s column asks a critical question: Does It Really Matter What We Believe? As the column stresses: “Surely it […]
Mind on Fire
To fire up the mind. . . . . .though not all warm and cozy!
Whatever you celebrate at this time of year (or don’t celebrate), may you have a naturally peaceful season.
My latest book is available now! The Affable, Amiable Apostate from the Introduction: As defined, the term “apostate” refers to […]
Mountain to Mountain
I enjoyed this podcast interview with Brett Wilson on Mountain Zen Den He’s West in the Rockies, I’m East in […]
A reminder: My weekly columns from the Asheville Citizen-Times are posted each Saturday right here on Friendly Freethinker: Highland Views […]
It’s worth thinking about. Today’s column weaves the waterfalls of mystics, heretics and naturalists. Mystics, Heretics and Other “Souls on […]
When people of faith, any faith, are active in good things, serving others with compassion, I think seculars should notice […]
Showed this in my current class on Christian Nationalism. See if you can guess who said it, then click on […]