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Lee-Anne Goodman of the Canadian Press offers a helpful observation from the StatsCan National Household Survey results that were released on Wednesday.
Douglas Todd at the “Vancouver Sun” has dug into the National Household Survey looking for the numbers in British Columbia.
Today Statistics Canada released the results of its 2011 National Household Survey. The findings in the area of religion are startling.
I received a comment on FaceBook recently which identified a situation that had caused the writer to “question my lack of faith.”
I recently received an email forwarded to me from someone who had reconnected with an acquaintance from days long past. I suppose this is what is sometimes called a “Dear John…” letter.
I know the United States of America is not Canada. I am aware that the religious scene in the US is significantly different than the religious culture north of the 49th Parallel.
Scott Perlo is the Rabbi of Adat Shalom in West Los Angeles. Like most leaders who work professionally in the religious world today he has encountered people who claim to be “spiritual but not religious.”
To read the rest of this post, please go to: http://blogs.timescolonist.com/2012/07/31/spiritual-but-not-religious/
In his book One Taste Ken Wilber suggests that religion has two important but separate functions.… Continue reading →
I suppose it was inevitable that kind readers would rush to my defense and try to relieve my guilt. Surely, my peevish peccadillos are not really all that bad. They certainly do not qualify me as guilty of the terrible … Continue reading →
Religious people are frequently accused of hypocrisy. The charge is commonly offered as proof against the idea of faith in general and religious institutions in particular. Why should I take religion seriously when their organizations are full of hypocrites?… Continue reading →