One Can Still “Do Unto Others” Even If The Book That Teaching Comes From Is Fiction

Fiction: literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people. By comparison — nonfiction: prose writing that is based on facts, real events, and real people, such as biography or history. Going strictly by definition, it’s damned hard to call the Bible anything but fiction. Yes, yesContinue reading “One Can Still “Do Unto Others” Even If The Book That Teaching Comes From Is Fiction”

The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 6: “Is The Bible Still Relevant?”

Love it or Leave it, the Bible is the most widely read book in the world, having sold over 3.9 billion copies over the past 50 years. That’s a lot of books. Plenty of hotel rooms still have a Gideons Bible hidden in a drawer. Plenty of televangelists still hold it aloft like it hadContinue reading “The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 6: “Is The Bible Still Relevant?””

There’s A Huge Difference Between “Religion” & “Spirituality”

The word “huge” may be an understatement. Everyone can experience spirituality if we understand “spirituality” as our relationship with the larger world we live in, our attempt to understand it and navigate with as much success and happiness as possible. If we think of our spirit as our “essence” — the very nature of whoContinue reading “There’s A Huge Difference Between “Religion” & “Spirituality””

How A Devout Atheist & A Presbyterian Pastor Became Very Good Friends

From The Atheist’s Point Of View… You know what they say about oil and water not mixing. It’s true. Without a whole lot of chemical intervention, you cannot make oil and water mix. But, on closer inspection, you may realize that what you thought were oil and water are actually both variations on water orContinue reading “How A Devout Atheist & A Presbyterian Pastor Became Very Good Friends”