Tag Archives: Faith-seeking

IN THE BEGINNING WAS … THE WISH?

Modern culture poses many challenges to people seeking a credible spirituality. Of them, two are proving especially difficult to overcome. The first is that, as currently practiced, religion too often hinders rather than helps individual maturation, social well-being, and the … Continue reading

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HOW TO BE FAITH-FILLED WITHOUT BEING RELIGIOUS

Too often, “being religious” amounts to little more than being loyal to a particular religion’s institutions and traditions. And even worse, to those alone — other religions don’t count. Nor do those who subscribe to them. There is an important … Continue reading

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IS THERE A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF EVIL?

Early in my faith-seeking, I realized how attractive the idea had become to me that the world was created with human beings especially in mind. Later on, my take on the sciences suggested giving up on the idea altogether. Contemplating … Continue reading

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WHY “NATURAL” EVIL? THE BEGINNINGS OF AN ANSWER

Early in my faith-seeking, I realized how attractive the idea had become to me that the world was created with human beings especially in mind. Later on, my take on the sciences suggested giving up on the idea altogether. Contemplating … Continue reading

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