Living in the moment

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Why I am anti-religious

My idea of a good time is sitting under a shade tree, sipping a glass of iced tea, and reading a book. My idea of a bad time is witnessing the practice of religion. Why? Because religion has time and…

Brother’s keeper

The social psychologist Jonathan Haidt has argued that all humans share, with greater or lesser intensity, these five innate moral principles: Caring Fairness Group loyalty Authority Purity Haidt has admitted that there might be other virtues, such as liberty, but…

We all grieve like atheists

Believers often rely on their faith during hardship. As Psalm 9:9 tells us, “The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.” Religion seems especially prominent during funerals. Most funeral ceremonies consist of…

The Bible is a flat Earth book

People who say the Bible is inerrant should be challenged to explain why the Bible depicts Earth as flat. I readily concede that there is no simple declarative statement in the Bible that says “Earth is flat.” Nor does the…

Why I wrote the book

One Sunday, quite a few years ago, my lovely wife was preparing to leave for church. She was corralling our three young sons. Most Sundays I stayed home. I often relaxed and caught up on some reading. Sometimes I went for a flight…