Rabbi Niles Elliot GoldsteinIn the Dark Forest: Faith Matters, Part One
While Moses received the Torah from God, its many laws and teachings often raise more questions than they answer: What is the meaning of life? Why do I exist? Where am I heading?
Theology of Work ProjectDonald Trump and the Difficult Art of Apology
To truly apologize, we must take responsibility for mistakes and their consequences, without blaming victims.
Paths Through The ForestsOur Deadly Lack of Nature Literacy
We need to return to an ancestral way in which nature is not an Other, but an Us.
Benjamin L. CoreyCharisma Mag: Donald Trump Is the New Word of God?
According to Charisma News, Trump is becoming the new Word of God and we need to carefully listen to The Don.
Pursued by TruthFive Things Christians Shouldn't Say to Atheists
Some atheists think I am a less convincing former atheist because I was raised a Christian. This is an insulting way to approach other people's journeys.
Sermons from the MoundPaganism and the Use of Magical Names
When a witch is in circle, and using a witch-name, it feels as though we have stepped into our magical persona or power.
World ReligionsUnderstanding Iran
Why does the Iranian government continue to criticize the United States after signing the nuclear accord that would unfreeze their assets?
barrierbreakerHow Replacing "Faith" with "Probability" Fixes a Religious Glitch
As long as we're talking about probabilities, you have a rationale for rejecting that claim.
Under the Ancient OaksReligious Diversity, Hospitality, and a Muslim Cemetery in Texas
In Farmersville, Texas, a group of local Muslims is trying to establish a cemetery to serve their growing community.