That’s all. A single word that makes a single question, but I find it compelling. Read the rest of this entry
Recently, the final Harry Potter movie came out in theaters. Loved it, by the way. I was a fan of the books and quite enjoyed that the darker tones in the literature were Read the rest of this entry
One of the most difficult stumbling blocks on my road to not believing in a god or gods (and it was definitely a road, not a moment) was realizing how hard it was to get rid of the religious framework and actually start thinking Read the rest of this entry
Anna Paquin Talks About Being Bisexual: Great.. Read the rest of this entry
This post is to address my friend, Lyn May’s, question, “Why do we worship God?”
We worship God because we need to. Evolution simply can’t address this human need. Every culture that has ever existed arose simultaneously, out of contact with one another, with a deep belief in a God or gods. There is a deep spiritual knowledge that is INHERENT in the condition of man. You can reject it, resulting in personal agony, or you can embrace it, resulting in ecstasy. These are the only choices.
Every human feels the hole in …(continue reading)