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Tag Archive for ‘humanist’
And the Wall Came a-tumblin’ Down
Are we paying attention to The Wall? It seems that now, when we dutifully pay our taxes, we are truly […]
My neighbor, the blue-tail skink, posed for me this afternoon. This beautiful creature reminded me of a lesson, a question, […]
This concept of “Christian Supremacy” came to me this morning as I was contemplating (with agitation) several of the latest […]
How to Get the Most Life
“The scenery, when it is truly seen, reacts on the life of the seer. How to live. How to get […]
New Book Coming This Week!
My new book is being published in paperback and ebook formats this week! Thank you to all my readers and […]
Grown-up Christians and Atheists
This essay was just published on Patheos. Mature Christians and Grown-Up Atheists Your thoughts?
Hold on to your seats. This freethinking humanist has been asked by a local pastor to lead into the “prayers […]
An Atheist at a Prayer Breakfast?
Why on earth, or any other planet, would a secular, humanist, freethinking, non-religious atheist attend a prayer breakfast? Good question. […]
Eleven years ago, my wife Carol and I were married in a zendo at a Buddhist retreat center in California […]
Earth Day, Bat Day
Good story on new discoveries of bats. The more we destroy their habitat the more we can “enjoy” the consequences–like […]
What is God Afraid of?
The Fear of God, or God’s Fear? Walking through the forest I saw something in the path ahead. Was it […]