Of awe and atheism

Of awe and atheism

Awe is the common element both Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein have harnessed in their work. It is also a common theme in making connections between faith and science, but its impact is difficult to pin down. Awe is what has drawn so many non-scientists to look...
Much ado about nothing?

Much ado about nothing?

The Freedom from Religion Foundation has a monthly ad in Scientific American, and the one for March 2017 featured a statement by physicist Lawrence Krauss.  “Lack of understanding is not evidence for God. It is an evidence of lack of understanding, and a call to use...
Fellow worshipers

Fellow worshipers

I tried an experiment with some friends a while back. I asked them to name some fellow worshippers. They all started naming people in our congregation. A few added friends who had moved away and family members. But all limited worshippers to human beings. Then I asked...
A new perspective – Deep time

A new perspective – Deep time

Let’s take a wide view.  A really wide view. And put all our stories in perspective – a cosmic perspective. At some time or another you’ve probably heard me say that we are stardust.  Our bodies are made of elements which formed in exploding stars. That’s the positive...
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