Here’s a sneak peek at this weekend’s “Highland Views” column: “When to Act as if There Were No God” Stories […]
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Great Book Review!
So much appreciate this wonderful review on Patheos! Friendly Freethinker – Book Review “I whole-heartedly recommend Friendly Freethinker to anyone […]
New Book Series!
The pandemic year hasn’t been all doom, gloom and hide in the room. Stepping back a little from being “out […]
Religion, or Life?
In 1832, the year he left the ministry, Emerson wrote these words in his journal: “Religion in the mind is […]
Physics and Phaith
Lightspeed, multi-verses and other mind-blowing concepts meet religious faith. A scientist (who says she’s a believer) takes another look at […]
Today’s column borrows a story from the ancient scripture, The Bhagavad Gita, to address a serious contemporary problem. Can We […]
Secularism, or Laicite, in France, presents the same challenges we face in America where Religion is supposed to be separated […]
Religion in Quarantine
I penned these thoughts a few months ago, reflecting on the historical meaning of quarantine. Should some religious faith be […]
Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs
“Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs” (seeking trails to secular worship?) One summer we drove to the coast where I saw […]
Books & Beliefs
A fairly simple rule of thumb that proves its wisdom in any age: “When I find in people narrow religion, […]
A Jail Chaplain’s Story
Maximum In-Security/Inside Out: A Jail Chaplain’s Story After serving ten years in maximum security, I had to get out. I […]
Thomas Paine Day
Would there be a country named the “United States of America” without Thomas Paine? After all, he is credited with […]