Let’s swap links

September 2, 2013 at 10:04 pm Leave a comment

Here are a few links that might be of interest to you.  If you have others to share, send them to us in your comments.  Tell us something about them.


 Without a doubt the best discussion forum(s) I’ve seen.  Can be large numbers of participants and commenters.


 AUDIO PODCASTS ***** (five stars)  Has been a great listen; many intelligent and in-depth interviews archived many author-scientists (makes this a great  source for new books and an insight into their content.  The website says they are on a short hiatus, but will return to the “air.”   Prior format included a new post every Monday.  


 Home of The New Humanist magazine with content online.  Also streaming news under the title Today.   http://rationalist.org.uk/today  from the UK.


 “Humanists—a forum for religious humanism”   You receive their posts as an email message, but it is open for you to post as an equal.


 Audio Podcasts.    Another audio podcast; haven’t listened lately.



 A number of bloggers who choose to come together under the rubric of freethought.  Wide ranging social commentary.

Do you have any online sources that you would recommend?

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What’s in a name? Namely, a book title? What is religion?

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I write for agnostics, freethinkers, atheists and humanists. In my nonfiction, the purpose is the celebration of our noble human spirit. The general pursuit may be Evolutionary Theology, though believers seem to populate that field (so maybe it's evolutionary Humanism). By looking at who we are and where we came from, we can derive much meaning, and perhaps more importantly, understanding, as well as some sense of where we could go.

Religion is God’s Way of Showing Us it’s Earlier in Human Evolution than We Thought

This title is an upcoming book at the publisher's now. I'd like feedback on this title. It's meant to make people think and feel something. And to hint at things for both believers and non- on multiple levels. The book is of a wider scope, though, one which is ultimately a way to grasp more meaning for ourselves. Believers are always telling us our lives don't have meaning without a god. We often counter that it's more meaningful to be looking for our own meaning than to be arbitrarily ascribed it by an imaginary supernatural being. Ultimately, and this is what I think is unique about this book, you'll see how we can be just as spiritual in our own way. Since we've inhertited a capacity for religion (some more than others) as an evolutionary adaptation, believers and non- are both potentially spritual in the same way--but it is an earthly, secular spirituality in which we all can share.

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