Category Archives: Religion

A Largely Secular Journey

I feel a bit of a kinship with Robert Wright, the author of the recently published book “Why Buddhism is True.” Roughly a decade or so ago, Wright also published a book titled “The Evolution of God,” which complemented another … Continue reading

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The God of the Human Exoskeleton

In my previous piece, I asserted that God is embedded in what I describe as the Non-corporeal Human Exoskeleton (NHE) –  for lack of a better description, a structure that human beings have evolved over eons and that permeates all … Continue reading

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Evangelicalism Sans Inerrancy?

Andy Stanley, a megachurch Evangelical minister (and the son of Southern Baptist minister Charles Stanley) has ignited what may ultimately prove to be a firestorm in the Evangelical faith by contending that Christians, at least, the vast majority of those … Continue reading

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First Contact: Its Implications for Religion

This subject of contact with extraterrestrials and its implications for religion have always fascinated me. Will we discover that aliens have accessed the transcendent in ways remarkably similar to own through God/mortal hybrids such Jesus, prophets such as Muhammad, or … Continue reading

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