What do you do?

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At social functions, especially during business networking opportunities, we have been conditioned to ask, “What do you do?”  In many ways it speaks to our personal ethics and sense of self in a competitive world. Too often we’re defined, because we allow it, by societal definitions of success including wealth and education.  We’re quick to [Read More...]

Poll: Americans Won’t Support Atheist for President

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State and federal laws and constitutions prohibit discrimination based on religious belief.  Ironically, American’s are 53% less likely to support someone for president who expresses disbelief in God, according to a recent Pew Research poll.  Marriage equality has more popularity with a growing number of Americans than honest, hardworking professionals who, for understandable reasons, are [Read More...]

The Sojourn, it is about process, not a goal

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Rather than be spooked the next time you drive by or walk and whistle past a cemetery, think about all the individuals in it who are rarely, if ever, visited.  Most have been forgotten.  Look at the experience of walking or driving by a cemetery from a Sophiological perspective.  Think about their power, influence and [Read More...]

One regret too many – reflecting on one’s life

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In “My Way,” Frank Sinatra crooned, “…regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again too few to mention.”  In the end, even if the regrets are few in number, it only takes one to challenge your conscience, thus causing self-doubt, regarding whether your personal sojourn was noble, honorable and true to one’s Creation as the [Read More...]

Praying for Rev. Fred Phelps

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The Satanic Temple of New York, dedicated to the wisdom and philosophy of Lucifer, will celebrate a “Pink Mass” over the grave of Rev. Fred Phelps Sr., Westboro Baptist Church founder and notorious homophobic clergyman. Phelps, the man long associated with the phrase “God Hates Faggots,” died March 20. Purportedly, the Pink Mass will make [Read More...]

Creationist and Science Guy debate pointless

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A February debate between scientist and evolutionist Bill Nye, “the Science Guy,” and creationist Ken Ham, president of the Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis, generated a great deal of attention.  It didn’t advance science. Nor did it shed light on or explore the legitimate place spirituality has in the daily lives of Americans. Missing [Read More...]

A&E misses opportunity with Duck Dynasty star

Phil Robertson, star of A&E’s very popular Louisiana based reality show, Duck Dynasty, caused uproar when in an interview the bearded patriarch made disparaging remarks about LGBTQ Americans.  He stood his ground insisting his views were biblically based.  A&E announced it would put the family patriarch on an indefinite suspension from the show. The money [Read More...]

Satan, Exorcisms and Halloween

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Happy Halloween, even though some consider its celebration another sneaky, nefarious way Satan attacks jam, Jesus, and Jerusalem. In 2013, exorcisms, the ritual to remove demons possessing the bodies of the living, are still done. The International Association of Catholic Exorcists (IACE) “is an association for the credentialing of Catholic, Anglican, and Orthodox clergy and [Read More...]

Christians supporting LGBTQ children of God

Holy Sophia the Holy Spirit has brought forth another revelation. Today, more Christians are unconditionally embracing God’s LGBTQ children and rethinking the homophobia long misinterpreted in scripture. They are helping to smash the stereotype that Christians don’t support LGBTQ civil and human rights while showing how scripture isn’t anti-gay. It is a revelation inspired, if [Read More...]

Balancing technology with faith and religion

“Just in terms of allocation of time resources, religion is not very efficient,” Bill Gates said. “There’s a lot more I could be doing on a Sunday morning.” The remark may explain, in part, the decline of traditional worship, especially among Christians. At the same time, it encourages a larger discussion about one’s sense of [Read More...]


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