Ancient thought, relevant for today. “The Gospel of Socrates” I first read Plato in an introductory Philosophy class in the […]
Tag Archive for ‘Spirituality’
A Secular View of Sin
“Is there such a thing as sin?” Those of us who have a “history” with the Church know quite a […]
Religion and Politics
A volatile mix! Yet, maybe a natural, even necessary one? The draft of a short essay I’ve been writing. Sure, […]
Content with this World
Henry offers more rich thoughts to stir into the compost of our life here on the Home Planet. “I love […]
Earth Day, Bat Day
Good story on new discoveries of bats. The more we destroy their habitat the more we can “enjoy” the consequences–like […]
John Muir’s 182nd!
Naturalist John Muir would be 182 today! Born on April 21, 1838, Muir sauntered his way from Scotland to Wisconsin […]
What is God Afraid of?
The Fear of God, or God’s Fear? Walking through the forest I saw something in the path ahead. Was it […]
Virus of Irrationality
The Lighthouse of Reason has to cut through the thick fog, now more than ever! While one pandemic is actively […]
No Easter, No Faith?
From childhood, through Evangelical and Pentecostal years, through time in ministry, there was one belief that could never be questioned: […]
The Day God Died
One of the strangest theological stories of all time goes something like this: -God sent Himself (His “Son”) to die, […]
The Evangelist’s Purse
“God is trying to get our attention. He wants us to worship him.” Guess which famous and wealthy evangelist said […]
Meet Secular Jesus
I might have looked like this. . .or maybe not Secular Jesus B.C. (Before Church/Christianity) Born in Palestine of teenage […]