In religious traditions, seeing the Unseen is left to mystics and prophets. In secular tradition, it’s natural to search for […]
Tag Archive for ‘Secular’
Enough! Confronting Pandering Preacher Politicians
Christian Nationalists, with their mission to make America a “Conservative Christian Nation,” are endangering democracy. What they want is essentially a […]
Fly My Flag!
As we all know, Jesus loves flags. Remember his famous call: “Take up your flag and follow me.” Geez, this […]
Gods of the Pigeon-holes
Writer Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960) presents the challenge for freethinkers of any age who question tradition … the “pigeon-hole way of […]
In some ways, most of my “vocation” has been about the simplest acts, moments and words. Both of these videos […]
Digging for Wisdom
If you’re allergic to anything biblical you might skip this post. Earlier this year I published a short commentary on […]
Prayers for. . .
If you pray, help me out here. Seriously, I’m trying to understand what it really means when someone posts: “Pray […]
Or simply an analogy of my life-story? Journey to the Forest of Freethought (a secular parable for the trail to […]
On a long trail loop near Asheville, we waded through a cold mountain stream 7 or 8 times, beneath pines […]