A NICE Chaplain tries, really tries, to respect many faiths and their holy books, yet. . . Here’s a Story that will lead you straight to Faith. . .or, maybe not! This just posted on The Natural Bible AdvertisementsRead More Noah and the Incredible Floating Zoo
An awful mudslide has killed many people and destroyed a town. This happened in my home area of Washington State, not far from where I was raised, where some family lives, and a short drive from where I was living a few years ago. Not long ago, I took a walk by that river. A […]Read More When Presidents Pray. . .
I always know when I post something about guns urging reason and responsibility, gun-loving readers will not be happy. Temperatures rise, especially when I use humor or sarcasm to make my point. I realize there’s an amount of danger in stirring up the Guns-and-God Group. . .but if reasonable people don’t speak out, “gun rights” […]Read More The Gospel of Guns (Part 2)
Bullet-in. . .Bullet-in. . . Georgia just did it. Oh yes they did! God bless ’em. They passed “the most extreme gun bill in America.” Now I want to move to Georgia so I can carry my gun (don’t worry, I’m buying one at the airport as soon as I get there) and carry it proudly, […]Read More Guns and Gods. . .again
Just in time for Spring, I found a NEW “Spiritual Teacher!” HE (sorry, yes, another male guru. . .no guru-ette this time) is even making me reconsider my status as a secular. I may become a Spiritual Secular (Specular?). I’m waiting for clearance and blessing on that. He didn’t want me to tell you his […]Read More New Guru Discovered!
I’ve been asked (challenged) lately to explain “What is Good?” and “What is Moral?” and especially, “How can you be good or moral if you don’t believe in God?” Let’s listen to Stephen Fry and the British Humanists on this: Secular Morality Some of us may not be God People but we’re still Good PeopleRead More Not God People but Good People
It’s Lent! (six-week period leading up to Easter, for all you heathen) A Celebration of Spring! (well, not really, more like a distraction from the natural beauty of the season) A Time to Rejoice in all the Good Things of Life! (oh, sorry, actually a time to reflect on the darkness of personal sin and the […]Read More The Secular Jesus