.sqs-featured-posts-gallery .title-desc-wrapper .view-post

May 2013

The Evolution ‘Battle’ Isn’t What You Think It Is

Undermining Dogmatic Conflict-think

The Nones Are Off the Bus, and Many of Them Are Alls

Growing Non-Affiliated Community Deserves Respect & a Welcome

Celebrating Darwin: Religion and Science Are Closer Than You Think

We Need to Pick the Right Battle

Interspiritual Revolution: How the Occupy Generation Is Re-Envisioning Spirituality and (New) Monasticism

Reclaiming Our Spirituality

Science, Religion, and Religious Minimalism

The Need for a Profound Humility

Giants Engaged in both Science and Religion

Scientists from Many Faiths

New Theists: Knowers, Not Believers

A Renewed Narrative for All Traditions

A Review of The New Universe and the Human Future

Joyful Living with a New Narrative

Where Science and Religion Coexist

Buddhism and Scientific Study

Muslims and Evolution in the 21st Century: A Galileo Moment?

Religion and Science from Muslim Perspectives

Why Americans Love Creationism

Undercutting Sloppy Thinking about Evolution

From Darwin to Zygon – Signs of Reconciliation


The Science of Compassion

Compassion – a Many Splendored Jewel

Scientists and Mystics Taking Hands

Nonduality – The Story of SAND

Michael Dowd and "Evolutionary Christianity"

Reconciling Science and Faith

A Mystic Vision with a Social Conscience

Marianne Williamson – A Profile

Interfaith Young Adults in Urban Community

Seventeen young adults, mostly in their twenties, gathered in San Francisco on February 2 for an urban field trip with a unique mission: to explore what a thriving interfaith young adult community would look like in the city. Through United Religions Initiative (URI), I was organizing the trip as a part of our Bay Area Young Leaders Program.