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Tag Archive for ‘Secular’
End of Spirituality?
This essay was originally published in my e-book, Nature is Enough (2013). Selected essays, including the one here, were posted […]
New Secular Religion
Alright, maybe not so new … and just maybe the oldest religion in the human story. “Can a Secular Person […]
Geography of the Wild
My recent Zoom talk to the Jubilee! Community here in Asheville begins around the 45:40 mark.
JFK on Separation of Church and State
Sixty years ago today, September 12, 1960, candidate John F. Kennedy spoke to a ministerial association in Houston, TX. He […]
A Naturalist’s “Faith”
As I continue to reflect on issues of faith and my journey beyond faith, enjoying the daily wonders and beauty […]
Nones Bible: Chapter Six
The Nones Bible Chapter Six “Eyes on the Clouds” Observing incoming clouds this morning, blown along by a strong wind, […]
Old Friends, Shared History
A very delightful FB video re-connect with an old friend today. He showed me around his amazing land in WA […]
Humanism and Race
I read Dr. Anthony Pinn‘s book, When Colorblindness isn’t the Answer and just beginning to read his book, Writing God’s […]
God and Atheists
In his eulogy for Henry Thoreau in May 1862, Emerson quotes his friend as saying: “Nothing is so much to […]
After the incredibly stupid, silly and disrespectful stunt Deplorable Don performed in front of St. John’s Church the other day, […]
Grown-up Christians and Atheists
This essay was just published on Patheos. Mature Christians and Grown-Up Atheists Your thoughts?