Ten years ago I was stitching together a ragged collection of stories and reflections into a book I called “The […]
Tag Archive for ‘Secular’
An Amazing Wedding!
Ten years ago this week, my wife Carol and I were married in a very unique ceremony. I […]
Choosing New Trails and Bridges
No big surprise. There are now more Nones than Nuns. This latest survey finds “No Religion” is just about the […]
Shades of Gray
In memory of Peter Tork (and Davy Jones) and my youthfully innocent days when I would sing along with The […]
My brother and I hiked a (small) section of the AT on Roan Mountain straddling the border of North Carolina […]
In this two-part essay, I present what I think is a more constructive way for people of faith and those […]
Anything Good in Religion News?
Especially for my freethinking non-theist friends who often see only something to complain about or ridicule in the world of […]
Memorial for the Church
Do we need to face the Church (faith, religion) as we face–or refuse to face–Death? An essay from a few […]
The End of “Sin”
This is a very good article on the consequences of teaching children there is such a thing as “sin”–and the […]