This year, 2021, marks 20 years since I published my first book, Meditations of John Muir: Nature’s Temple. With my […]
Tag Archive for ‘interfaith’
Fear of Women
It seems to be a hallmark of “Bad Religion” to fear women. For reference see Afghanistan … Texas … (countless […]
Glass City Humanists Interview
In this interview with Douglas Berger of the Glass City Humanists in Toledo, Ohio, I talk about my past interfaith […]
God was on Earth?
Recurring thoughts and questions about the Man-God: We’re told that God, the Creator of the Universe, once stepped on our […]
Having taught intro classes in World Religions, and after years active in interfaith work, I thought I was fairly familiar […]
Prayers for. . .
If you pray, help me out here. Seriously, I’m trying to understand what it really means when someone posts: “Pray […]
Humanist of the Year
I was pleased to participate in the annual American Humanist Association convention this year. One highlight was having the opportunity […]
Or simply an analogy of my life-story? Journey to the Forest of Freethought (a secular parable for the trail to […]
This latest review (on Amazon), of my Broken Bridges book, is a refreshing reminder of why I write, and why […]