Theists & Atheists: Communication & Common Ground


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Your Many Minds

This is a continuation of the previous post. I recommend beginning with that post (Illusion Number One, Part One). ILLUSION NUMBER ONE, PART TWO Your Many Minds ©Rev. Chris Schriner 2022 Unitarian Uni

4 days ago

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Report from Planet Three

ILLUSION NUMBER ONE, PART ONE:Report from Planet Three©Dr. Chris Schriner 2022 I have not been on this site for a while, but I now may have time to begin posting occasionally – perhaps even regularly.

2 weeks ago

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“Coming Out” as Religiously Unconventional

Many of us have friends and family members who think we share their religious views. But what if we are religiously unconventional – atheists, agnostics, naturalistic theists, neo-Pagans, or just too

09/27/2017 01:29:38 AM

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Possibilianism (Are You a Possibilian without Knowing It?)

I’ve recently re-viewed Dr. David Eagleman’s terrific TED talk on science and religion. Some of his comments tie into the series of posts I’ve recently completed about the fine-tuning argument for God

06/07/2017 03:08:31 PM

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The Fine-Tuning Argument for God’s Existence, Part Four

Today I’ll conclude my series on “fine-tuning.” Some scientists claim that if the basic physical laws of the universe had been just slightly different, intelligent life could never have existed. Does

05/20/2017 03:07:40 PM

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