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Change the World? Change the Conversation!

by Robert V. Thompson Approximately 7,000 people attended the 1993 Parliament of World Religions in Chicago.  In one workshop, the presenter was a Sikh separatist. He argued vehemently against the Hindus, saying that Sikhs should have their own state in India. He became strident, and (not surprisingly) a Hindu fundamentalist in the room reacted angrily. […]

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We All Wear a Marvellous Disguise

by Robert V. Thompson A number of years ago I had an opportunity to do something I had always been curious about – go to a psychic and get a reading. After a friend sang the praises of a psychic named Tomeiko, I decided to go. As I entered her house, Tomeiko instructed me to […]

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A God for Atheists: Not Dogma but Mystery

by Robert V. Thompson I have an atheist friend (well, actually, I have a lot of atheist friends) who asked me how it is that otherwise intelligent people can possibly believe in God. At one of his parties, he kicked back a martini and, swaying back and forth, said to me, “So from what you […]

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Staying Connected with G_d

by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. A friend emailed me a few weeks ago. She was in some distress, and felt that her faith was a little bit shaky. She wanted some practical tips for staying connected […]

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