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New Poll: Religious Slide Continues in USA


The results of a new poll conducted by the highly respected Pew Research Center for Religion and Public Life (PRCRPL) was released on November 3rd. For many years the PRCRPL has followed the trends in various [...]

Is Christmas Becoming Xmas?


Earlier this week we posted an article I wrote on Mary the Mother of Jesus (The Truth about Jesus’ Parents: Part 1 – Mary, “How Can this Be?”). Week after next I will write about Joseph. [...]

The Fabric of Our Faith


A number of years ago I worked in the men’s clothing section of a large department store.   I was not there long but I did learn a few things about the garment business. One key thing [...]

What do Jewish people believe? Anything, except…


What if you asked a person, “Are you a Christian?” “Yes,” she answered. “So what do you believe about Jesus?” You continue. “He was one of the greatest men who ever lived. He was a great [...]

The Year in Review –Good or Bad, Neutral or Sad


Here is my list of the most important events of 2012 in America from a worldview perspective. These are the ones that, in my humble opinion, had the greatest impact on the moral, philosophical, and spiritual lives [...]

The Legacy of C.S. Lewis


  On November 22, 1963 a great man died.  “Oh yes,” you say. “That was the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated.”  Yes, that is true; President Kennedy did die on that fateful day.  I recall vividly [...]

Unitarianism Part 3- What does the Future Hold?


It is the best of times. It is the worst of times for the Unitarian-Universalist Association. In one sense the movement may be on the cusp of a revival.  As secularism and Postmodernism continue to grow [...]