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Tag Archive for ‘Religion’
Afterthoughts on the Afterlife
Is there really anything after life … after death? Here’s a sneak peek at my column coming this weekend: Hereafter, […]
Two New Books
Happy to announce the publication of two more books this week: One Nature Indivisible: Explorations in Freethought Eye to Eye: […]
How Can You Not Believe?
Taking this series of images of a dragonfly we hit with our car, I was awestruck by the amazing, intricate […]
Twenty Years with Thoreau
Twenty years have passed since Wilderness Press published my little book of “meditations” in 2002: Meditations of Henry David Thoreau: […]
Guns, Gynecology & God
From my recent FB posts: Wow … Guns, Gynecology and God! The Righteously-Robed are on a theocratic roll. Now, we […]
Hide and Seek?
An excerpt from the “Highland Views” column coming this weekend. Physicists are seeking a “fifth force” in the universe. So […]
What we sing is a statement of who we are. The music we choose can be entertaining and, it can […]
Dismembering the Body of Christ
Alright, freethinkers, don’t assume I’ve lost it, but I’ve got to say something about something that’s butted my brain and burned […]
Womb to Grow
But not in the way you might expect. . . Bear with me for a bit of uncomfortable (for some) […]
The Rusty Rule?
Gold or not, was this ancient “rule” (not exclusive to scriptures) meant to be the heart of the whole message? […]
Secular Jesus Speaks
A re-post from a few years ago: Continuing the Secular Jesus* Series … *Why Secular Jesus? The “Spiritual Jesus,” exalted […]