Category Archives: religion

The Heart is NOT GUILTY

“The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?” – the Bible (Jeremiah 17:9) I was taught this from a young age. I was taught to suspect my own heart of all kinds of evil. … Continue reading

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One night, 4-year-old Jamie woke up from a nightmare, and called to his daddy to comfort him. Dad went in, sat down on the bed, listened patiently as his son told him about the nightmare, and did his best to … Continue reading

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Love vs. Belief

This past week I’ve noticed issues come up around belief – atheists arguing that Christians are deluded, and vice versa. Beliefs are important, because beliefs form the basis for our actions in the world, which create positive or negative results. … Continue reading

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In praise of atheism

In yesterday’s post, I suggested that the “new age movement” has gone from a small group of spiritual pioneers, to a more dogmatic mainstream religion. I am not basing this on any scientific examination, of course. Being spiritual means I … Continue reading

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Selling Spirituality

Something is bugging me today. It’s about (what do you call it?) “new age spirituality.” I don’t even know what to call my own set of beliefs (not quite Buddhist, not quite anything else) so I’ll just call it new … Continue reading

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