This essay was posted today on “Rational Doubt” at Patheos. What are your thoughts? Hunting for Game and God
Tag Archive for ‘humanist’
Debunking the Bunkum
Some believers like walls, especially if they keep out the “bad,” scary or “evil” influences, or if the walls keep […]
Please Support My Work
I post this “invitation” now and then. I’m not paid for most of my teaching and writing, so I welcome […]
True Religious Freedom
This Opinion piece was published in our local paper today: On True Religious Freedom At times I can’t resist responding […]
I Believe that Believing Ruins Religion
Am I wrong about that? “What has occurred over and over through history? That person emerges from their “wild experience” […]
My Column (Sneak Preview)
Coming this Saturday in the Citizen-Times … “A Non-Believer’s Open Letter to God” Why on earth (or anywhere else) would […]
The Mind Has Mountains
Woke up to 22 degrees and light, silent snow. Living beauty in the mountains. “Wild air, world-mothering air, Nestling me […]
Don’t Take My Word
Listening to an episode of the Ridiculous History podcast this morning, one of the hosts said, “Don’t take my word […]
Do Atheists have anything in Common with Believers?
My latest thoughts on these things that agitate … mostly in a good way … What Atheists Have in Common […]
Playing for Change!
Tired of politics, lies, bad news, fake news … ? Treat yourself to this video from a wonderful production, Playing […]
What Do Atheists Want?
(short answer: Heck if I know, there are so many kinds!) Ignorance seems contagious, doesn’t it? Currently here in “God’s […]
Happy Muir Year!
My latest essay on John Muir was just published in The Humanist! See what you think. And may all readers […]