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Better Together

I made a New Year’s blog back in January, and one of my resolutions were to go to more interfaith events.

And when I say “interfaith,” I do not mean “inner-faith.” I have had difficulty explaining this before, but a lovely Anthropology and Religious Studies major explained it perfectly. 408 more words


Faith is Alive and Kicking on my Frontline

It may be different for other people, but when I think of the core foundations of my faith – one that springs quickly to mind, and I guess does for others, is prayer. 619 more words


Get used to it

When do you blame ‘the devil’ for something, and when do you account ‘God’ (for punishing you)?

There is no way to make that distinction. 14 more words


Religiously Unaffiliated in Northern America

The number of people in the world who are religiously unaffiliated make up about 16% of the global population (1.1 billion), according to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. 201 more words


Countries Where Atheism Is Punishable by Death

Atheists living in 13 countries risk being condemned to death, just for their beliefs (or non-belief) according to a new, comprehensive report from the International Humanist and Ethical Union out on Tuesday. 511 more words


The Reflective Atheist

It’s that time of the year again where last night you regret how much you ate and today you have dirt on your forehead. Yup it’s the season of lent and a time of reflection for both Catholics and everyone else. 856 more words

Today I am blogging about being spiritually fed at church. Are you fulfilled? And, are you spiritual? Or religious?

I have had people who I consider to be more religious or the new term that everyone seems to feel okay with, spiritual, that I talk about being “fed” or “fulfilled” with their message at church. 837 more words