The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 32: “Being & Nothingness & Walter”

Can science and religion play nicely together? Can science and religion co-habitate peacefully inside one human head? Sounds like an interesting scientific experiment. Good thing we have a test subject handy. Our mission here at the Faitheism Project is to ask one simple question: what is YOUR spiritual journey? In today’s podcast, author, engineer andContinue reading “The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 32: “Being & Nothingness & Walter””

The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 4: “The Politics Of Spirituality”

If talking about religion can start fights, imagine talking about religion and politics. Except we’re not talking about religion and politics, we’re talking about spirituality — and politics. Not the same thing — just like spirituality and religion aren’t the same thing. Should one’s spirituality have anything to do with one’s politics? Should one’s politicsContinue reading “The Faitheism Project Podcast, Episode 4: “The Politics Of Spirituality””

The Faitheism Project Podcast Episode 1: A Presbyterian Minister & An Atheist Walk Into A Podcast Together…

For 15 years, Presbyterian minister Randy Lovejoy and atheist-TV-movie-writer-producer A L Katz have been unlikely friends, both living in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. Back when it began, Randy ministered at the Silver Lake Community Church. Alan coached youth basketball and soccer teams. They both shared the same social circle. And then, oneContinue reading “The Faitheism Project Podcast Episode 1: A Presbyterian Minister & An Atheist Walk Into A Podcast Together…”

Spirituality & Religion Are NOT The Same Thing

The awe we feel as we gaze up at the cosmos is universal. Regardless of whether you’re a person of faith or a die-hard atheist, as you gaze skyward on a starry, starry night, it’s hard-wired into you to feel awe. To feel at once dwarfed and connected. Put in your place yet assured ofContinue reading “Spirituality & Religion Are NOT The Same Thing”

Science & Religion Both Try To Explain What We See; Science Wants To Measure It, Religion Doesn’t

By A L Katz It always comes down to awe — the awe that we all feel, be you atheist or person of faith, when we gaze up at the cosmos. How do we explain the awe — what is it exactly that’s awing us? Yes, it’s enormous and powerful and dangerous and filled withContinue reading “Science & Religion Both Try To Explain What We See; Science Wants To Measure It, Religion Doesn’t”