If you consider yourself "spiritual but not religious," can you help us understand what this term actually means to you? Does science have something to do with it?
New data from the Pew Forum may be unsurprising to some of us, but it amplifies what we have probably assumed to be true and seems relevant to our projects at Speaking of Faith:
His answer to the audience question, “Is religion potentially dangerous?” is one that’s often asked in the context of the seemingly intractable conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.
“…there are some scientists who say ‘I don’t think electrons really exist.’ It’s useful to think of them as existing. It’s useful to build computers with that image in mind of an electron, but I don’t think they really exist… when other people think of God as a personal thing, that’s as close as you can get given the constraints on human cognition and maybe it’s not something you should apologize for…”
A stirring scene from Bill T. Jones' musical "Fela" inspired us to learn more about orisas.
A classic comic on faith in equations. "You take two numbers and when you add them, they magically become one new number!"
A bit of the backdrop for producing a slideshow about executive function.
Fact-checking for this program leads down a puzzling path searching for a famous quote.