Tag Archives: western biases

Divine Espionage

Jesus often sought solitude to pray. When someone discovers that their heart is a sensory organ in itself, that habit of Jesus makes an awful lot of sense that it didn’t before. Communion with unfallen nature is a divine treat, … Continue reading

Posted in sanity | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Origins Agnosticism

Just as a follow-up to my post about crazy things mainstream religious leaders assert about Bible History, I wanted to remind folks of a fundamental philosophical issue. I take an agnostic position about questions of human origins. This business of … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Not Necromancy

I spoke with my father-in-law the other day; he’s been dead for several years. No, this is not necromancy. The Bible makes it pretty clear that the dead do not come back unless God sends them. At His whim that … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

My Father’s World, Part 1

When we read the Bible, we are facing two layers of false mythology. The first is the underlying bias of the translators. In the US, our religious culture is largely the product of the Anglo-Saxon biases behind the King James … Continue reading

Posted in sanity | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Kiln blog: Icons and Idols

Note in passing to regular readers: I take the position that my bike crash was God’s own epilogue to “Our Crazy Ancient New Religion” series. Wherever that path was taking me at that moment is cut off and I’m not … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Answering 05: The Moral Sphere

You don’t have to take me seriously, but I am so confident in my message that I’m willing to stand alone against all of humanity at the same time. Insane or not, I assert without a hint of embarrassment that … Continue reading

Posted in sanity | Tagged , , , , , | 11 Comments

Review: Led by the Heart

Let’s start with a reminder: The science is not hard to find, but it seems hard to use if science is all you have. I’ve been disappointed in searching for application material. There are surely better writers for this subject, … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment