Articles Posted in the " Religion " Category

  • Jesus in the Floor Boards – Manifestation

    Jesus in the Floor Boards – Manifestation

    UPDATES: SEE NEW POST Do us a favor and go DIGG it as well! (You may have to create an account–it’s free!) Well, I thought I was losing my mind, but after several months of staring at the floorboards in...


  • Dawkins, God, and the presumption of Assumptions

    Dawkins, God, and the presumption of Assumptions

    My brother has chosen to poke the hornet’s nest, by writing about Richard Dawkins, and his apparent attack on no lesser figure than God Himself. Prior to his posting, he and I had several conversations about this topic, and the...


  • Gay Marriage?

    Gay Marriage?

    I have stayed away from this discussion, mainly because my views are quite practical, and would most likely alienate people from all sides of the debate. Given the latest story from the Boston Herald outlining the Boston Globe’s directive for...


  • Floating Ice May Explain How Jesus Walked on Water, Researchers Say

    Floating Ice May Explain How Jesus Walked on Water, Researchers Say

    Floating Ice May Explain How Jesus Walked on Water, Researchers Say This is perhaps one of the more interesting explanations of a miracle. for years many of us have joked while walking across a frozen lake that we were walking...


  • WSJ.com – Science Journal

    WSJ.com – Science Journal

    WSJ.com – Science Journal Many of you may remember my writing about Science and assumptions This article does a good job of talking about the assumptions that Science makes–and often must make. As the article points out “‘What science is...


  • Adulthood

    Adulthood

    I recently have had several opportunities to talk about, and think about, what it means to be “an adult.” Here is my opinion: It’s not a magic age (“I am 18, and an adult” usually followed by “why won’t you...


  • Choosing Their Flock–Can College religious groups limit their membership?

    Choosing Their Flock–Can College religious groups limit their membership?

    The Chronicle: 1/28/2005: Choosing Their Flock This article, from the Chronicle of Higher Education, poses an interesting question–should religious organizations on college campuses be able to restrict their membership to only those who adhere to that faith? I say this...


  • When is intent greater than content?

    When is intent greater than content?

    Yahoo! News – Judge Rejects School Board Evolution Stand Welcome back to class. I realize we have taken a rather long break for the semester, but it’s time one again to put our thinking caps on, and start analyzing the...