Today’s column relates a rather strange story from my years as a jail chaplain … The Man Who Changed His […]
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augur: seer, visionary, a diviner of omens augury: sign of the future inauguration: “The word inauguration stems from the Latin […]
MLK and Atheists
MLK for Atheists Rev. King was no saint, though probably more of a saint than many “saints.” No miracle-worker … […]
What is Humanism?
I mostly identify as a Freethinker. That seems the most positive way of expressing my non-theistic, non-supernaturalist views. Yes, I […]
Serve and Protect
As we turn the pages of the calendar … we replace the old one with a 2021 calendar from the […]
If you’re interested in this kind of thing, pushing back on some of the foggy theological thinking out there, you […]
Self the Elf
The perfect message for a year when the American slogan seems to be: Make America Selfish Again And the perfect […]
I was an “Interfaith” chaplain for many years. My wife was the director of an “Interfaith” council. Now, that word […]
Honest Search for Truth?
This thought has been firing the synapses in my head the last few days: So much religious faith begins (and […]