Carl Gregg

TaglinePluralism, Progressivism, Pragmatism: A Protestant Pastor in a Postmodern World
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The Mysteries of the Kabbalah for Today: How to Move Deeper into the Life You Already Have

In response to the word Kabbalah, many people have a vague notion that it  relates to a mysterious branch of the Jewish tradition. Others may add that it involves reading arcane texts. If you dig deep

6 hours ago


Sharpening Our Pitchforks: How to Decrease the Income Inequality Gap

What is a billion? What is a trillion? If you have an intuitive grasp of math, you may have a fairly good sense of what those numbers mean. For the rest of us, including myself, the scale of numbers a

1 week ago


Spooky Action at a Distance

Donald Hoffman is a professor of Cognitive Science at the University of  California, Irvine. A few years ago,The Atlantic magazine interview with him titled, “The Case Against Reality,” explored the a

06/15/2018 10:48:43 AM


”We Are Already Saved from Perfection”

The first time I remember reflecting on the meaning of utopia was when I was assigned to read Thomas More’s classic sixteenth-century book with that title. In More’s conception, utopia was spelled wit

06/08/2018 09:51:12 AM


The Story Behind Little Women: Louisa May Alcott, Transcendentalism, & Unexpected Success

Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) is best known as the author of the 1868 novel Little Women. The second of four daughters born to Abigail and Bronson Alcott, she was born on November 29, 1832, which also

05/17/2018 08:27:37 AM