ArtLung posts tagged with religion ·
05-Nov-2005Science, Theology, and the Ontological Quest
That’s what I’m on, too. I love their mission, which is sadly bound up in This flash movie. I like it so much here it is, transcribed: STOQ Mission: 1. Integration of Science and Human Values The double goal of the STOQ project is to contribute, through the Academic activities (teaching and research) of its…
09-Apr-2005Science Fiction Authors by Faith
This page (via bb): Science Fiction/Fantasy Authors of Various Faiths is intriguing to me. Sort of… something I had never considered before, you know? Sadly, it does not list my favorites: Neal Stephenson, Bruce Sterling, or William Gibson. Correction from Preston Hunter: Science Fiction Writers of Various Faiths is the SECOND page, like the overflow…
26-Dec-2003Fascinating Bible and Christianity Interview; Religious Update
The Fresh Air from December 17, 2003 is with the author of the book Lost Christianities: The Battle for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew. The interview is both interesting and moving, as the author says he came from a very literal, Evangelical faith of “The Book” — and had his faith shaken when…
Interesting site: Beliefnet.com
25-Feb-2003Quote of the Month
The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should avoid dogma and theology. Covering both the natural and the spiritual. It should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things as a meaningful unity. If there is any religion that could cope with the modern scientific needs,…
21-Oct-2002From the Faith Department
Is “Freethinker” Synonymous with Nontheist? See also: Religion for previous thoughts on this.
Yesterday my girlfriend and I spoke at length on the subject of religion. I came to realizations about how I think and what I am about. I am not throwing any of this in any faces. This is what I feel, and what I believe for myself in how to live my life. She is…
27-Nov-2001Latin mass in San Diego…
Latin mass in San Diego. That’s interesting.