In January 2005, on a whim, I created a spreadsheet with four simple columns: Title, Author, Genre, Month Read. I wasn’t sure I’d keep up with this record, but it seemed worthwhile and was simple to maintain, evolving as I added columns to track other details and eventually migrating the whole thing from Excel
Do humans represent an isolated island of meaning in a meaningless universe? Professor Brian Cox explores this in his new BBC series, Human Universe.
From split-brain patients to brain-control interfaces, every new scientific discovery appears to be slowly taking away the role and necessity of the soul and giving it to the brain.
On November 4, 2014 In Atheism, Bias, Creationism, Evolution, Mortality, Neuroscience, Primates, Reviews in the Wild, Secular Humanism, Self-Awareness, Theology
Human existence is a complicated one ranging from serving the poor and downtrodden to beheading enemies. But is there meaning it?
On October 14, 2014 In Atheism, Education, Evangelicalism, Myth, On Faith, Scripture, Secular Humanism, Self-Awareness, Theology, Writing
How could anyone reject the Bible? Believing in the Bible’s divinity can be pretty tough once you begin to read it like any other book.
College students studying religion think they know what it is, but they are often wrong. Here are some things worth knowing when studying religion.
If by some strange experiment of internet time travel you were friended by your younger self on Facebook, would accept it?
“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” ~ Rumi